In just a few hours after the release of Laxmmi Bomb first, look poster, director Raghava Lawrence has announced that he's decided to walk out of the project. According to an official Twitter post by Lawrence, he's not informed about the release of the poster in prior and the filmmaker had to learn about it from the outsider. Lawrence is an experienced director and technician down South felt it was disrespectful and announced his exit from the project.
The dance choreographer turned filmmaker, on Saturday, tweeted: "Dear Friends and Fans..!I In this world, more than money and fame, self-respect is the most important attribute to a person's character. So I have decided to step out of the project, #Laxmmibomb Hindi remake of Kanchana". In a two page statement issued by Lawrence, he said: "I can hold back the script because I haven't signed any agreement regarding the film, but I won't do it because it is not professional." The Kanchana maker has further clarified that he's ready to give the script to Akshay Kumar out of his respect for the Bollywood star.
Meanwhile, the makers of Laxmmi Bomb have announced the release date of the movie as 5th June 2020. In fact, this is not the first time that a filmmaker from South has pulled himself out of a Bollywood project. Even when 'Manikarnika' was in making, Radhakrishna Jagarlamudi had a fall out with the lead actress Kangana and he walked out midway.