The much-awaited film 'OMG 2', starring Akshay Kumar in the lead role, has been the talk of the town lately, albeit for all the wrong reasons. Controversies have surrounded the film ever since it was granted an A certificate by the Censor Board, leading to speculations about its release date. However, fans can rejoice as 'OMG 2' is all set to hit the silver screens on the previously announced date, August 11.
In an attempt to clear the air, Ajit Andhare, one of the makers of 'OMG 2', took to Twitter to confirm the film's release on August 11, reassuring that no major cuts have been made. He did, however, acknowledge some changes in the film as per the CBFC guidelines, stating it as a standard part of the process.
Directed by Amit Rai, the film features Akshay Kumar and Pankaj Tripathi in pivotal roles. Amidst the ongoing controversies, one of the major issues surrounding 'OMG 2' revolves around Akshay Kumar's portrayal of Lord Shiva in the movie. Despite the buzz, the film has officially received an ‘A – Adults Only’ certificate from the censor board. Interestingly, this marks Akshay Kumar’s first film in 12 years to receive an adults-only certificate since Desi Boyz in 2011.
The runtime of 'OMG 2' stands at 2 hours and 36 minutes, promising an engaging cinematic experience for the audience. With Akshay Kumar and Pankaj Tripathi's remarkable performance, expectations are running high for this much-anticipated sequel.
While controversies may have surrounded 'OMG 2', the film's team is determined to bring their creation to the audience.