The wait finally comes to an end! Akshay Kumar, Pankaj Tripathi and Yami Gautam starrer OMG 2 released in theatres today. As many are aware, OMG 2 is a sequel to OMG – Oh My God which was released in 2012. The first part starring Akshay Kumar and Paresh Rawal was a massive hit. Akshay played the role of Lord Krishna in OMG – Oh My God and won hearts.
This time, Akshay is back. In the sequel, Akshay plays Lord Shiva’s messenger. He has absolutely nailed it and how!
Akshay Kumar as Lord Shiva’s messenger in OMG 2 receives a thumbs up
From his look as Lord Shiva’s messenger to his terrific acting, Akshay has once again impressed. The Khiladi Kumar is receiving a lot of love from his portrayal of Lord Shiva’s messenger in the sequel. Akshay’s character helps Kanti Sharan Mudgal (played by Pankaj Tripathi) to seek justice for his son Vivek, who is blamed for immoral conduct. Akshay’s character helps Kanti to fight the good fight and it is quite inspiring. Akshay, who is known to be a part of movies that talk about social issues, once again delivers a strong message through the sequel of Oh My God.
Akshay Kumar as Lord Shiva’s messenger in OMG 2
Akshay Kumar plays Lord Shiva’s messenger in OMG 2.
OMG 2 opened to positive reviews from audiences, as well as the critics. Given that the story focuses on sex education and how equally important it is to normalize it, OMG 2 is winning hearts. Sex education is still considered a taboo in India. Hence, a movie that talks about the importance of it is receiving a lot of love. Given the impactful content, OMG 2 is now making headlines for all the right reasons. In case you’re yet to make up your mind, take a look at the reasons why OMG 2 a must-watch film.
The sequel is directed by Amit Rai. Apart from Akshay and Pankaj, OMG 2 also stars Yami Gautam, who plays a lawyer in the film. OMG 2 released today i.e. 11th August in the theatres with Sunny Deol starrer Gadar 2.
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