Oh My God 2

Pankaj Tripathi will begin filming for Oh My God 2 today; Akshay Kumar will reprise his role as Lord Krishna.

Akshay Kumar was said to be joining Ashwin Varde’s production for ‘Oh My God 2’ a few days ago. However, it has been revealed that Paresh Rawal would not be appearing in the film. Director Amit Rai began shooting for the comic satire ‘Oh My God 2’ today, September 1, 2021, according to Bollywood Hungama. The filmmakers had cast Pankaj Tripathi in the lead part, and he would be shooting his solo scenes over the next four days, according to the report. According to the report, Akshay Kumar will reprise his role as Lord Krishna and filming will begin in October. Yami Gautam has been cast as the female lead in the much-anticipated sequel to Oh My God. And now we’ve learned that Pankaj Tripathi’s social comedy is set to premiere in Mumbai today. 

Oh My God 2 is directed by Ashwin Varde and produced by Akshay Kumar. This film has a special place in their hearts. “They are aware of Oh My God’s cult following and have been working for the past decade to perfect the script in order to move the plot forward. They agreed to a sequel only when they were sure that the script was better than the original. The audience will be surprised by the treatment and theme “We learned from a source.

The next social comedy will be co-produced by Akshay Kumar and Ashwin Varde, according to reports. The two producers are quite thrilled about the project because they have been working on the sequel script for almost a decade. After guaranteeing that the sequel is better than the original, the producing couple gave the picture the green light. Furthermore, Akshay Kumar has set aside 15 to 20 days for the track in which his character Lord Krishna appears.

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