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Akshay Kumar Disappointed with OMG 2’s A Certification from CBFC

Following the showing of his most recent movie, actor Akshay Kumar visited a theatre and spoke with the audience in a video released by the makers of Oh My God 2 (OMG 2). Akshay Kumar joked that OMG 2 received an A rating from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) after asking people about the movie and suggested that schools exhibit it. In the Friday-released film, Akshay plays a role that was influenced by Lord Shiva.

Akshay, who wore all-black, made the statement: “Kaisi lagi aap logo ko movie? Pehli adult film hai jo teenagers ke liye bani hai. Actually yeh sab schools mein dikhani chahiye, lekin aap sab entertain huye nah? Bahut acha laga, bahut-bahut shukriya aap log aye dekhne.” Which translates into: What did you think of the movie? This is the first adult movie made exclusively with teenagers in mind. Although it ought to be shown in classrooms, at least you were all entertained while watching it. I’m delighted you came to see the movie.

The adult certificate for OMG 2

According to a report from July, CBFC has taken ‘preemptive measures’ to prevent any backlash over words or sequences from the movie Oh My God. After weeks of rumors that the filmmakers wanted a UA rating, which is unrestricted but includes parental discretion advice for children under 12, OMG 2 was recently given an A certificate.

According to earlier reports, the CBFC reviewed OMG 2 with extreme caution due to the post-release criticism that Adipurush received. After its release in June, Om Raut’s Adipurush was also dogged by controversy. The movie, starred Prabhas as Raghava, Kriti as Janaki, Sunny Singh as Laxman, and Saif Ali Khan as Lankesh. It also drew flak for the dialogue, the clothes, and the “cartoon-like graphics” it employed.

OMG 2 Movie

Akshay Kumar Disappointed with OMG 2’s A Certification

During the recent event, Akshay Kumar, donned a stylish all-black attire. Playfully quipped about the reception of OMG 2 by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). With a humorous touch, he inquired about people’s opinions on the movie and showed his disappointment about getting an A rating from CBFC. Akshay also went on to jest that this was quite an innovative step, as the film was designed with a teenage audience in mind. He playfully mused that despite the unconventional suggestion, the movie might even find a place in school classrooms. Amidst laughter, he expressed his delight at the audience’s presence and their enjoyment of the movie, adding a cheerful note to the event.

About Akshay Kumar Starrer OMG 2

OMG 2 is a sequel to the 2012 movie OMG – Oh My God. Which was directed by Umesh Shukla and starred Akshay Kumar and Paresh Rawal. In the Amit Rai-produced film OMG 2, Pankaj Tripathi plays Kanti Sharan Mudgal. He is a devout follower of Shiva who accuses the school system of misleading his child. Lord Shiva’s messenger, played by Akshay, and Pankaj’s lawyer, Yami Gautam, both appear in the film. The movie also stars Arun Govil, Aamir Naik, Fahim Fazli, Vedika Nawani, and Parth Siddhpura, among others.

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