Akshay's 'Oh My God 2' sent to censor board review panel

Wednesday 19th July 2023 08:45 EDT

The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) is examining the dialogue and scenes in 'Oh My God 2' (OMG 2) in an effort to prevent a backlash such as that experienced by 'Adipurush.' The upcoming film is a sequel to Akshay Kumar and Paresh Rawal's 2012 film 'OMG - Oh My God.' As per a new report, the board's revising committee seeks to ensure that the dialogues and scenes in OMG 2 ‘do not create any issues’.
It is unclear at this time exactly words or situations in 'Oh My God 2' have alarmed the CBFC. The CBFC is apparently going to decide whether or not to approve the movie, which is scheduled to hit theaters on August 11.
As per sources quoted in a recent report by media, “CBFC does not want to repeat the backlash that Adipurush faced over its dialogues” and it will take a decision on Akshay Kumar-starrer Oh My God 2 after the board's revising committee “looks over at the dialogues and scenes in the film”.
Sources said that CBFC has now taken “preemptive measures” to avoid any backlash over 'Oh My God 2' dialogues and scenes. CBFC will send any movie dealing with subjects like God or religion for review and revision, added the source.

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