Deepika Padukone And Shah Rukh Khan’s Om Shanti Om Was Remade Into The Japanese Oumu Shanti Oumu?

As per latest online reports, Om Shanti Om is the first film to get its international remake, with a twist. The film was remade into a Japanese musical video Oumu Shanti Oumu.

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Deepika Padukone And Shah Rukh Khan’s Om Shanti Om Was Remade Into The Japanese Oumu Shanti Oumu?
Deepika Padukone stepped into the world of glamour when she made her Bollywood debut with Farah Khan’s Om Shanti Om opposite Shah Rukh Khan. On November 9, Om Shanti Om completed 13 years of its glorious 13 years and to celebrate the same, Deepika Padukone had changed her name to Shantipriya, on Twitter and Instagram. But did you know Om Shanti Om has got its first international remake? Yes, that’s right! Om Shanti Om also featured an ensemble cast of Arjun Rampal, Shreyas Talpade, Kirron Kher, and others in key roles. 

As per the latest online reports, Om Shanti Om is the first film to get its international remake. The film was remade into a Japanese musical video Oumu Shanti Oumu. The stage version of the film premiered in Osaka in 2017. Isn’t that exciting?  Deepika Padukone and Shah Rukh Khan’s love saga in Om Shanti Om was one of the most loved films in Bollywood. 

After OSO, SRK and Deepika went on to feature in two more films- Chennai Express and Happy New Year.  On the work front, SRK is rumoured to be a part of War director Siddharth Anand’s Pathan, while Deepika Padukone is back to the Bay after completing Goa schedule of Shakun Batra’s untitled next. 


The film also stars Ananya Panday and Siddhant Chaturvedi in the lead roles. On the occasion of Diwali 2020, Dippy was snapped arriving at Siddhant aka Gully Boy’s MC Sher for Diwali bash. On the personal front, Dippy celebrated her 2nd anniversary with husband Ranveer Singh. (ALSO READ: Shah Rukh Khan’s Son Aryan Once KICKED A Girl For Calling SRK Fat; The Actor Then Got Six-Pack Abs For His Role In Om Shanti Om)





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