Shaktiman aka Mukesh Khanna slams makers of 'Laxmmi Bomb'
Mukesh Khanna wrote in his post, 'Should a film be released with the title of Laxmmi Bomb?
Mumbai: Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar's upcoming film 'Laxmi Bomb' is facing a lot of criticism these days. Due to Akshay Kumar's name being Asif in this film, many people are condemning the film. Now objection is also being raised about the name of this film. This objection has been raised by actor Mukesh Khanna, who became famous as Shaktimaan and Bhishma Pitamah.
Mukesh Khanna on Laxmmi Bomb:
Mukesh Khanna has shared a poster of Akshay Kumar's film 'Laxmi Bomb' on his official Instagram account. While sharing this poster, he has objected to the name of the film. Mukesh Khanna wrote in his post, 'Should a film be released with the title of Laxmmi Bomb? Ask me if the film is not banned. Because just saw the trailer, the film is yet to be done.
Why always misuse the name of Hindu Lords?
Mukesh Khanna further wrote in the post, 'Let's talk about the title of the film. Adding bombs in front of Lakshmi seems like a prank. There seems to be a commercial advantage. Should it be allowed? Obviously not! Can you name the movie Allah Bomb or Badass Jesus. Obviously not, then how Lakshmi Bomb.
Filthy people do this audacity because they know that there will be noise in it, people will shout then become silent. But the film will be promoted. The film has to be released.
The 'Shaktimaan' actor further wrote, 'People will break up to watch the first day first show. This will have to be stopped, and this public can only do Janardan. One thing is clear that there is no fear or fear of Hindus among these commercial people. He considers them tolerant. Understand soft targets. They know that after getting screwed from some other religion or sect, swords will come out. That's why film titles are not made with them.