OMG 2 Box Office Collection: Akshay Kumar’s Movie Nears ₹120 Crore Nett Mark in India. Accumulates ₹117.2 Crore Nett So Far. OMG 2 Box Office Collection Day 11: Akshay Kumar Movie Witnesses Decline on Second Monday, Garners ₹3.6 Crore in India
Akshay Kumar’s cinematic creation, “Oh My God 2” (OMG 2), released on August 11, is progressively inching closer to the coveted ₹120 crore nett milestone within the Indian domain. Following its 11-day run in theaters, the film experienced a deceleration in momentum.
After accumulating ₹12.06 crore nett in India on Sunday, the movie garnered an approximate ₹3.6 crore on its second Monday, according to a report from Sacnilk.com. The report further projects that the film, which has amassed ₹117.2 crore nett across various Indian languages, is likely to sustain similar earnings on Tuesday.
Subsequent to its ₹10.26 crore nett opening in India, OMG 2 achieved a commendable ₹85.05 crore during its inaugural week at the domestic box office. Forecasts from Sacnilk.com suggest that the film is poised to attain ₹3 crore nett on its second Tuesday, effectively elevating its cumulative collection to ₹120.27 crore nett within India after 12 days of theatrical run.
About OMG 2:
Positioned as a spiritual successor to the 2012 film “OMG – Oh My God,” OMG 2 delves into a myriad of topics relevant to teenagers, notably emphasizing the significance of sex education. Featuring a cast comprising Pankaj Tripathi, Akshay Kumar, and Yami Gautam, the film is helmed by director Amit Rai. In the movie, Akshay Kumar portrays a messenger of Lord Shiva, while Pankaj Tripathi assumes the role of Kanti Sharan Mudgal, a devout follower of Lord Shiva. Yami Gautam’s character, on the other hand, is a lawyer within the narrative.
Akshay Kumar’s Take on OMG 2’s Adult Certificate:
In a recent episode, the makers of OMG 2 shared a video wherein Akshay Kumar visits a cinema hall and engages with the audience following a screening of the film. During the interaction, Akshay humorously addressed the film’s “A” certificate from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) and expressed his belief that the film should be shown in schools.
He remarked, “Kaisi lagi aap logo ko movie? Pehli adult film hai jo teenagers ke liye bani hai. Actually yeh sab schools mein dikhani chahiye, lekin aap sab entertain huye nah? Bahut acha laga, bahut-bahut shukriya aap log aye dekhne (How did you find the film? This is the first adult film that has been made specifically for teenagers. It should be actually shown in schools, but at least you all got entertained watching it. I am very happy you came to watch the film).”