Akshay Kumar shares new posters of sequel OMG 2

Akshay Kumar had shared the posters of his new movie sequel OMG 2

Actor Akshay Kumar has recently unveiled the first posters of his film OMG 2. The actor was seen in his new look which was inspired from Lord Shiva on one of the posters. 

The first poster shows Akshay in blue, with his eyes closed and hair in dreadlocks. A silhouette of a school student is also seen sitting in the bottom and the words read, ‘Rakh vishwas, tu hai shiv ka das’ written on the poster.

The second poster shows a blue hand, which is probably of the god, holding the hand of the young boy.Akshay have also shared the posters on his social media platforms and he further wrote, “’Karta kare na kar sake shiv kare so hoye’. Need your blessings and wishes for #OMG2. Our honest and humble attempt to reflect on an important social issue. May the eternal energy of Adiyogi bless us through this journey. Har Har Mahadev.”

The film also stars Actress Yami Gautam and Actor Pankaj Tripathi.According to sources, director Amit Rai started shooting for the social comedy movie in September in Mumbai.

Pankaj Tripathi had begun his shooting for his portion of the movie and, was to be joined by Akshay in October.The report had also quoted, a source as saying, “While the first film was based on religion. Oh My God 2 will be based in the Indian education system. Pankaj Tripathi will be seen playing the protagonist.”

The source further stated, “The story of the film has been crafted in such a way that it will lend itself to the involvement of Akshay’s character, integrating the two seamlessly. The movie will also explore topics such as exam pressures and college admissions.”

OMG 2 is the sequel to 2012 film OMG – Oh My God.This movie was written and directed by Umesh Shukla. Paresh Rawal also played the lead  role. Who sued god for destroying his shop in an earthquake.

Akshay played the role of Lord Krishna while Mithun Chakraborty played a seer, Leeladhar Swamy.

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