Popular Tamil actor and filmmaker Raghava Lawrence expressed his thoughts on entering politics with his latest tweet. The multi-talented personality wrote, “Politics- I always believe that more than telling that I will come to politics to gain a position and promise to do this and that for the poor people and waste time, it’s better to stay silent and serve for the society without any expectation. The video posted before is the proof of my 12 years effort and belief. You can see that their dreams have come true. Including this child, 200 other children are studying. It’s also possible to do this without entering politics. Service is god.”
Meanwhile, Raghava Lawrence is also making his directorial debut in Bollywood with Akshay Kumar and Kiara Advani's Laxmmi Bomb. The Khiladi of Bollywood plays the lead character who gets possessed by the spirit of a transgender, Kiara Advani, on the other hand, will be seen as his ladylove in the film. Laxmmi Bomb is the official Hindi remake of Tamil horror-comedy, Muni 2: Kanchana, which was also helmed, Raghava Lawrence. It was scheduled to hit the screens during the Eid weekend but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the makers have decided to release on an OTT platform.
The Khiladi of Bollywood recently shared his thought and experience of his Laxmmi Bomb look and said, “It is the most graceful outfit in the world. The amazing part is that it fits all sizes. We see so many women who wear sarees on a daily basis and catch the train, the bus, work at home etc but majaal hai unka pallu idhar ka udhar ho jaaye. Saree sambhalna mushkil kaam hai. Shoot se pehle, kai baar meri saree utar jaati thi. Chalna bhi mushkil hota tha. But mere stylist sambhal lete the. Hats off to how women manage it.”
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