Akshay Kumar: 'A' certificate should be removed and changed to 'UA', viewers requesting censor board

Pankaj Prasad
OMG 2
OMG 2

Akshay Kumar's film 'OMG 2' is currently in theaters. The film has received a great response from critics.

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Akshay Kumar's film 'OMG 2' is currently in theaters. The film has received a great response from critics. At the same time, the film is being liked a lot among the audience as well. Please tell that this film has got 'A' certificate. Returning audiences, young adults and even parents are disagreeing with the 'A' certificate given to the film by the censor board. People say that this film deserves 'UA' certificate.

Parents said about filing a petition

Even on social media, users are speaking out loud that this is a conceptual film which, along with being entertaining, also discusses a topic. Undoubtedly 'OMG 2' deserves to be given 'UA' certificate. Recently, the audience also expressed this in front of Akshay Kumar who reached the screening of the film. Not only this, some of the parents present there during the screening even said that we should petition the Censor Board to remove the 'A' rating.

Akshay Kumar said this

Please tell that recently Akshay Kumar attended a screening. Here his film got a very positive response from the audience. Meanwhile, when the audience expressed anger over the film getting an 'A' certificate, Akshay Kumar also said that the film was primarily made for teenage children. This film should also be shown in the school. The people present there also seemed to agree on this point of the actor.

Good response at box office

Please tell that 'OMG 2' has been released in theaters on 11 August. The film is competing with Sunny Deol's 'Gadar 2' at the box office. Apart from Akshay Kumar in 'OMG 2', Pankaj Tripathi and Yami Gautam are also in important roles. Talking about the collection, according to the initial figures, the film has done a business of Rs 43.56 crore so far.