Laxmmi Bomb, renamed to Laxmii recently, has aired on Disney+ Hotstar VIP in India. Starring Akshay Kumar, Laxmii has been considered one of the biggest Bollywood releases of 2020. However, critics suggest it doesn't live a slight bit up to the hype. Here is a 2-minute review of Laxmii; this will help you make the streaming decision. Read on.

Laxmii Movie Review: This Akshay Kumar Film Misses the Target By a Mile

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Rohit Vats from News18 says, "Usually, even in a bad Akshay Kumar movie, you laugh on some puns but this one is totally devoid of any fun. Don’t let your conscience blame you for the rest of your life. Stay away from Laxmii’s antics. We have anyway a pandemic to deal with. Let there be one less problem."

Laxmii review: Akshay Kumar film is nonstop nonsense

Shubhra Gupta from The Indian Express writes, "Akshay was a hoot in Bhool Bhulaiyaa, Priydarshan’s 2007 flick which was also a horror-comedy. As befits a Priyan film, the strokes were broad, but there was some thought and structure to the film. Laxmii, previously called Laxmmi Bomb, seems to have been assembled as it went along, with not one coherent thought through it."

Laxmii Movie Review: A Dreadful Dud, Starring A Hammy Akshay Kumar

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Saibal Chatterjee from NDTV.com says, "Laxmii, unalloyed gobbledygook even by ghost story standards, is a film best left alone. Even if you are an Akshay Kumar fan, look before you leap."

Laxmii movie review: Akshay Kumar is intense, but he can’t salvage a soulless film

Monika Rawal Kukreja from Hindustan Times writes, "All in all, Laxmii is a large-scale film that definitely would have invited whistles and claps in single screen theatres, but watching it on your devices, it’s just about passable. More critical audiences, however, might find it slightly problematic."

Laxmii Review: Akshay Kumar Manages To Mess Up Portrayals Of Women, Transpersons And Muslims In Just ONE Film

Piyasree Dasgupta from Huffington Post says, "Laxmii has as much clue about any of the subjects it touches upon as the extra ‘g’ has about its place in ‘Bigg Boss’. The world would still be a cold and bigoted place without Akshay Kumar slapping us with a Burj Khalifa of nonsense in it."