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Akshay Kumar announces Release date of OMG 2, share a Poster, looks unrecognizable

Akshay Kumar and Paresh Rawal starrer Oh My God, released in the year 2012, proved to be a big hit among the audience. Now 11 years after the success of ‘Oh My God’, Akshay Kumar is back with the social comedy Oh My God 2. The first part featured Akshay Kumar as Lord Krishna, now he will be seen as Lord Shiva in ‘Oh My God 2’. Fans are looking very happy to see the new poster of the film, and along with it the release date of OMG 2 has also arrived. ‘Oh My God 2’ stars Akshay Kumar, Yami Gautam and Pankaj Tripathi in lead roles.

Release date of ‘Oh My God 2’ 

On Friday morning, Akshay Kumar revealed on his Instagram account that the film ‘Oh My God 2’ will hit the theaters on August 11, 2023. Akshay Kumar wrote, “Aa rahe hai hum, aaiyega aap bhi 11th August.” He also released a new poster of Oh My God 2, in which he is shown as Lord Shiva. Meanwhile, Yami Gautam has also shared the same poster on her Instagram account. She wrote, “Date #OMG2 – Releasing in theaters August 11, 2023.”

Akshay Kumar Workfront 

Akshay Kumar will soon be seen in many movies like Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, OMG Oh My God 2, remake of ‘Soorarai Pottru’ and Hera Pheri 3. All the fans of the actor are eagerly waiting for his movies. Akshay Kumar is shooting for the film ‘Shankara’. He has also traveled to Uttarakhand for this movie. The actor was in discussion for a few days about his journey to Char Dham.

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