Felt Insulted, Lawrence Quits


It is just hours that Akshay Kumar released the first poster of Lawrence’s directorial and the Hindi remake of Kanchana, the Laxmmi Bomb on social media that the later announced his step back from the project completely.

As written by Lawrence in his post, he, following the Tamil saying, “Don’t step into any house where there is no respect”, has decided to step out of Laxmmi bomb. Though he didn’t mention the people behind his decision, he revealed the hurting part, to be the release of the poster without his knowledge.

Apparently, Lawrence knew it only from a third person and even didn’t like the poster design. Of course, a director has all the rights to know what is happening with his film and this is not the first time though. The same happened with Sye Raa of Chiranjeevi, where Amitabh posted the first look without their knowledge and there was also quite a lot of buzz back then.

But here Lawrence decided to step out decently and yet give his script to them to hire another director to complete and release the project. Let’s see what the other party from Bollywood has to say about this.

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