Akshay Kumar Playfully Addresses A-Rating as OMG 2 Premieres: ‘Should be Shown in Schools!

The directors of Oh My God 2 (OMG 2) recently released a video of actor Akshay Kumar visiting a theater and mingling with viewers after the premiere of his most recent movie. After asking audience members about the movie, Akshay Kumar made light of the fact that OMG 2 earned an A rating from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) and suggested that schools broadcast it. The Friday-released film has Akshay as a figure who draws inspiration from Lord Shiva.

Akshay stated, “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 (How did you find the film? This is the first adult film that has been made specifically for teenagers. It should be actually shown in schools, but at least you all got entertained watching it. I am very happy you came to watch the film).”

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 creators desired a UA rating, which is unrestricted but includes a 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 dogged by controversy. The movie, which starred Prabhas as Raghava, Kriti as Janaki, Sunny Singh as Laxman, and Saif Ali Khan as Lankesh, drew flak for the dialogue, the clothes, and the “cartoon-like graphics” it employed.

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