Akshay Kumar's film 'Laxmii' broke five-year record on television, the film with the highest rating

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By: Paromita Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-02 20:25:40 IST

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Laxmii, directed by Raghav Lawrence, is the story of a man who has the soul of a transgender. The film stars Aayesha Raza Mishra Tarun Arora Ashwini Kalsekar, Manu Rishi Chadha and Rajesh Sharma in supporting roles.

Akshay Kumar's film 'Laxmii' has now rocked the small screen as well. The film, which aired on Star Gold on 21 March, has broken the viewership records of the last five years. According to the information given by the Star Gold team, the film, which aired at 8 pm, was watched by 63 million or 30 million viewers across the country. 

Star Gold claims that in the last five years it has become the film with the highest raiding on TV. The channel has premiered 9 out of 10 films at the world television premiere in the last one year. On this achievement, Akshay said in a statement- I am happy that during this panademic, when people were to stay in the houses, then we could provide them a lot of entertainment, which they enjoyed with their family and friends. This enthusiasm of people inspires me to play new stories and interesting characters.

Artist Sharad Kelkar, who plays Laxmii in the film, said - "I am very happy with the response Laxmi received at the world television premiere. Playing Laxmii was a challenging and learning experience for me. The response it has received, what more does an artist need than that."

At the same time, the film's leading lady Kiara Advani said that this rating is an example of people's appreciation for an artist. The love of the audience is the real scale. Laxmii was scheduled to release in theaters, but it was released on Disney Plus Hotstar in November last year due to the Corona Virus Pandemic. After this, Star Gold came out on 21 March. 

Laxmii, directed by Raghav Lawrence, is the story of a human being who brings the soul of a transgender. The film stars Ayesha Raza Mishra, Tarun Arora, Ashwini Kalsekar, Manu Rishi Chadha and Rajesh Sharma in supporting roles. 

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