OMG 2: Paresh Rawal Thinks God’s Presence Wasn’t Necessary in Pankaj Tripathi-Akshay Kumar’s Social Drama; Here’s What The Actor Has To Say

Paresh Rawal who was a part of OMG says there was no need for the God angle in Akshay Kumar, Pankaj Tripathi's OMG 2, here's why

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OMG 2: Paresh Rawal Thinks God’s Presence Wasn’t Necessary in Pankaj Tripathi-Akshay Kumar’s Social Drama; Here’s What The Actor Has To Say
The theatrical release of OMG 2 starring Akshay Kumar, Yami Gautam, and Pankaj Tripathi on August 11 has garnered immense love and acclaim from audiences. Despite earlier controversies, the Amit Rai-directed film has captivated viewers and critics alike with its unique storytelling and impactful social message. In a recent interview, Paresh Rawal, a part of the first film, expressed that he believes God's presence wasn't necessary in OMG 2. ALSO READ: WHAT! Sunny Deol Asked Akshay Kumar To Avoid Gadar 2 vs OMG 2 Clash But The Bollywood Star Refused - Read To Know

Regarding his absence from the sequel, he remarked, "I don't speculate whether the film would have fared better with my inclusion." Rawal explained that the initial idea for the story was a collaboration between him and the director. He mentioned that while the first part dealt with a case against God, God's role might not have been crucial in the sequel. Nonetheless, Rawal expressed joy over the film's success. ALSO READ: OMG 2 Director Amit Rai Upset With Film's Netflix Release That Will Have 27 Cuts, Slams CBFC, Says 'Didn't Rocky Aur Rani Have Kissing Scenes?'

OMG 2 serves as a follow-up to the successful movie featuring Akshay Kumar and Paresh Rawal, with the first installment also starring Mithun Chakraborty, Om Puri, Govind Namdev, among others, and directed by Umesh Shukla. The film did an exceptional box office business of Rs 178 crore gross despite having a clash with Sunny Deol's Gadar 2. 


Akshay Kumar and Paresh Rawal's chemistry in OMG was praised by the audiences. The dynamic duo has worked in films like Hera Pheri, Welcome, Bhagam Bhag and Garam Masala to name a few. Do you agree with the veteran actor that God's exclusion couldn't have made any difference in OMG 2?
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