Akshay Kumar’s ‘Lakshmi Boma’ may be released on Disney + Hotstar

The whole of India is shut down due to the corona virus lockdown, where most technology companies are extending the launch date of their upcoming product. At the same time, the movie world is slowing down due to this lockdown. The start dates of many movies have been extended, so many movies are being released on OTT platforms instead of theaters. Irrfan Khan’s film ‘English Medium’ had its world premiere on Disney + Hotstar recently. Apart from Bollywood, South Indian films are also being released on the OTT platform. The court drama Tamil film ‘Ponmagal Bandhal’ starring Jyothika was to be released in theaters on March 27, but it was postponed after the lockout. After which the makers now plan to release this image on Amazon Prime Video. It is reported that it will be released on Amazon Prime Video in early May.

Similarly, Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar’s upcoming horror-comedy ‘Lakshmi Boma’ is also set to release on May 22. But now it seems that the makers are planning to release the Disney + Hotstar movie.

On saturday Mid-day A report has revealed that a person related to this has revealed that actor-producer Akshay Kumar and Lakshmi Bombay director Raghav Lawrence were discussing Disney + Hotstar’s offer. Gadgets 360 has contacted Disney + Hotstar about this, we will update you as soon as we get the answer. Lakshmi Bom is a film from Fox Star Studios, a film owned by Disney and operator Star India.

At present post production of Lakshmi Bomb is going on. This work will probably take some time, as everyone in the country is working from home after the lockdown. The film is expected to be ready by June. However, the actual release date of the film was May 22. According to Mid-Day, Akshay Kumar is planning live-streaming for Lakshmi Bomb. Disney + Hotstar has easy access to urban areas but how to reach it in small towns in contrast is also a matter of concern for Akshay.

Let me tell you, the Indian film industry is not the first industry to prefer online release over theaters. Hollywood has already done this, with DreamWorks’ animated film ‘Trolls World Tour’ released online in April. However, the film is not available in India. Warner Bros. ‘s animated family film Scoob will also be released online in May.

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