OMG 2 Movie Review: Omg 2 is the sequel to Omg, released in 2012, and in that part, the lead character is played by Paresh Rawal, aka Kanji Lal Mehta, who doesn’t believe in God, but at least he also kept faith in God. In the sequel, Pankaj Tripathi, aka Kanti Sharan Mudgal, who is already a devotee of Lord Shiva, has gone through many troubled circumstances, and then Akshay Kumar, the messenger of Lord Shiva, comes to help him survive in unconditional circumstances. And make him believe that Who Were Truth Devotee God tests them to check whether they remember God in difficult situations or seek themselves in the sorrows of the world.
About OMG 2
Venture Type: Theatrical Movie
Released Date: August 11, 2023
CBFC Certificate: “A”
Genres: Comedy/ Drama
Written & Directed by: Amit Rai
Produced by: Aruna Bhatia, Vipul D. Shah, Rajesh Bahl, and Ashwin Varde
Duration: 155 Minutes (2 Hours 35 Minutes)
OMG 2 Movie Storyline
OMG 2 rambles around the story of sex education, which is a very sensable and unique aspect of the film. In the First part of OMG, the lead protagonist was the veteran Paresh Rawal, and here the same character is portrayed by another versatile Pankaj Tripathi. In the satirical courtroom drama Kanti Sharan Mudgal (Pankaj Tripathi), who is a strong devotee of Lord Shiva, his son Vivek‘s (Aarush Varma) one sensable school’s video went viral (excessive masturbation), which is the reason the school authorities expelled him.
Kanti Sharan is a soft-hearted, innocent human being, a caring husband, and a doting father. Unfortunately, due to his son’s viral video, his entire family is facing a challenging situation. When everyone is trolling his son Vivek, he finally takes the case into his own hands and files a case against the school. We will watch in this film how Kanti Sharan will overcome all these challenges and how Akshay Kumar, as the messenger of Lord Shiva, will help him come out of this situation.
OMG 2 Movie Review
OMG’s (Oh My God!) sequel, helmed and penned by Amit Rai The film was created in the same format as 2012’s OMG. The crucial differences are Akshay in OMG. Akshay Kumar played the role of Lord Shri Krishna, and here he is back to portray the messenger of Lord Shiva. In the first part, the main cause of the filed case is a natural calamity (an Act of God), and here the maker picks up on the senseless thought of sex education, which is the most challenging part of the film.
Pankaj Tripathi as Kanti Sharan Mudgal did a fantastic job in this film; the comic timing and the dialogue delivery, especially in the court, are clap-worthy. Aarush Varma as Vivek just conquered his role, and Akshay Kumar’s lenthy cameo appearance is praiseworthy; as a messenger of Lord Shiva, he gave his 100% effort in this film. Pavan Malhotra as the judge also grabbed the attention of the audience and needed a special menu of courtroom selfies and hilarious expressions. Yami Gautam as Kamini Maheshwari played quite well.
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Director and writer Amit Rai took a unique and sensible thought to present, which is a really brave step, and gave a strong social message that was actually needed. There is a portrait of Akshay Kimar singing the iconic song from Gadar (2001), “Udja Kale Kawan,” which might be a coincidence or promotional trick.
The first half of the film shows quite good story and character improvements, but in the second half, the Kanti and Kamini disagreement delivery looks quite stretched. If you love humorous punchlines, this movie will obviously impress you.