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Akshay Kumar Fails To Deliver Queen-Sized Entertainment In This Kanchana Remake

In a runtime of around two hours and fourteen minutes, you are served a platter which is filled with dialogues laced with forced comedy, some OTT acting in the name of humour and stereotypes. One of the biggest drawbacks in the film is the shoddy execution, which hardly gives us enough reasons to 'c...(more)

Source: Madhuri, One India


Akshay Kumar's Laxmii misses to recreate the magic of the original, Lawrence's Kanchana.

Akki sparkles in his role but sadly we get tired of him soon enough, courtesy a mundane script which, sadly, has a crackling of a premise, in fact. Kiara does a good job of looking pretty - that's about it, nothing more about her or her characterisation to write about. Akshay and Kiara don't seem to...(more)

Source: Behindwoods Review Board, Behindwoods.com


Akshay Kumar film is nonstop nonsense

Claiming to break stereotypes by heavily stereotyping people across the board is a device bad Bollywood never seems to get enough of: all the transgender characters clap their hands, and dance around a fire; a good Muslim character wears a 'topi' and beard; and everyone else speaks their lines in th...(more)

Source: Subhra Gupta, Indian Express


Akshay Kumar's torturous acting and loud storytelling drown out every good intention in the script

several mindless aspects of the writing, a dated storytelling style in which boisterous songs just pop up out of the blue unrelated to the mood of the narrative at that point, the overall flashiness and noise. The powerful image, for instance, of a Muslim man entering a Durga temple in which the vil...(more)

Source: Anna MM Vetticad, Firstpost.com


Akshay Kumar brings the bomb in this Diwali blockbuster

To conclude, Laxmii is the perfect watch with your family this festive season. The film has its faults but its heart is in the right place. Watch it for the fabulous performances and the message it intends to send across. (more)

Source: Divyanshi Sharma, India Today