OMG 2 OTT Release Date: Netflix is all set to Release Akshay Kumar-Pankaj Tripathi’s Comedy Drama

The much-awaited comedy-drama film, “OMG 2,” starring Akshay Kumar and Pankaj Tripathi, made its theatrical debut on August 11 alongside the action-packed “Gadar 2.” Despite facing stiff competition from the latter, Akshay Kumar’s film managed to cross the 100 crore net mark in India.

Directed by Amit Rai, the film follows the story of a middle-class father advocating for crucial sex education while debunking prevalent misconceptions. The satirical comedy received widespread acclaim from both critics and audiences.

Expressing his excitement about the OTT release, Akshay Kumar remarked, “We are thrilled by the enthusiastic reception OMG 2 has received in theatres! This story deserves to travel far and beyond borders and we are confident that with Netflix we will be able to take the film to entertainment lovers worldwide. Hope that our labor of love continues to spread joy.”

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When and Where Can You Watch OMG 2?

After two months in theaters, “OMG 2” is set to hit Netflix screens on October 8. The streaming giant made the announcement on October 3, stating, “We’ve got great news for you, and OMG can you tell we’re 2 excited? #OMG2 arrives on 8 October, on Netflix.

Ajit Andhare, COO of Viacom18 Studios and the film’s producer added, “OMG 2’s journey from the silver screen to Netflix is an exhilarating leap into global streaming. Our sequel has truly elevated the OMG franchise, offering a unique blend of humor and thought-provoking content to audiences. With Netflix as our platform, we aim to share our labor of love and continue spreading joy worldwide.”

OMG 2 is Going to Release the Uncut Version on OTT

In a recent interview, director Amit Rai has confirmed that the OTT release of OMG 2 will feature all the scenes that were initially removed by the censor board to facilitate its theatrical release. This includes crucial segments addressing sex education, totaling 27 scenes that were initially cut.