Laxmmi Bomb: Did Kapil Sharma 'bribe' Akshay Kumar-starrer's marketing team for a special episode?

Days after actor Akshay Kumar dropped the much-awaited trailer of his upcoming film 'Laxmmi Bomb,' the superstar shared a behind the scenes still from ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’.

In a picture featuring his co-actress Kiara Advani and transgender activist Laxmi Narayan Tripathi, Akshay wrote on Twitter, “Three’s not always a crowd! Team #LaxmmiBomb with the real Laxmi on sets of #TheKapilSharmaShow today!”

Quote-tweeting the same, Sharma posted, “Thank you for all the love n fun we had on shoot after so long paji u were on fire as always.. lots of love n respect best wishes to u n the whole team of #LaxmiBomb”

Akshay added to the thread of tweets with a pinch of sarcasm and wrote, “I think my film promotions are incomplete without your show now...either it’s that or you bribe all my film’s marketing team. But seriously thank you for a fun day, see you soon.”

Earlier, Tripathi took to Twitter and expressed her thoughts on the trailer.

Laxmi in a video said, “Dhamakedaar. Live life queen size. We live our life queen size. At this time everyone needs Lakshmi but this was a refreshing take. I want to thank Akshay Kumar and his entire team for making a beautiful film.”

Akshay quote-tweeted the same and wrote, “This means a lot Itna pyaar barsane ke liye thank you, from one Laxmmi to another Naam sach mein bahot khaas hai.”

The film is a horror-comedy and revolves around a man possessed by the ghost of a transgender person. It is a remake of the 2011 Tamil film 'Kanchana' and is directed by Raghava Lawrence, who also helmed the original.

While launching the first two looks of his upcoming film, via live interaction the 'Special 26' actor called the genre of the movie his "favourite" and a "passion project".

The film is all set to premiere on streamer Disney+ Hotstar on November 9.

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