After getting 20 cuts and an A certificate from the Revising Committee of the Censor Board, Akshay Kumar and Pankaj Tripathi starrer ‘OMG2’, is looking for a change in its release date, a source close to the team informed ETimes.

It was reported earlier that the makers are neither happy with the cuts, nor with the A certificate, as that will affect the essence of the film, and the topic of sex education should be seen by people of all ages. “The makers are of the opinion of shifting the release date from August 11 as they want to fight against the changes suggested by the committee and also line up proper promotion of the film,” said the source.
For the uninformed, Abhishek Chaubey’s 2016 film ‘Udta Punjab’ starring Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt in the leads, too went to the high court in order to fight against the suggested cuts by the CBFC.

We tried contacting co-producer Ashwin Varde, but he was not available for comment.
‘OMG 2’ is an Amit Rai directorial, which is the sequel to Umesh Shukla’s superhit satirical comedy ‘OMG’, which starred Paresh Rawal in the leading role. While ‘OMG’ revolved around the spiritual institutions in the country, ‘OMG 2’ reportedly sheds light on sex education. The film stars Pankaj Tripathi, Akshay Kumar, Govind Namdeo, and Yami Gautam in the leading roles.


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