OMG Oh My God!

The magic of Paresh Rawal and Akshay Kumar combination never go unwatched and without applause. Hera Pheri, Awara Paagal Deewana, Aitraaz, Garam Masala, Phir Hera Pheri, Bhool Bhulaiyaa, Bhagam Bhag are some hits under their credits. This time they have dealt with a unique subject of existence of God. Ours is a spiritual country and we worship God by making a stone idol of him. Though we did not see him, we hold a believe in our heart that yes, there is God and who is taking care of us. But we also can’t deny that our society has been divided between the debate whether there is God or not. The theme of OMG Oh My God deals with existence of God. This issue of believing and disbelieving has been told in a hilarious manner.

Akshay Kumar and Paresh Rawal’s chemistry double the comic element. Both have excelled in the field of comic and OMG is a step forward to their excellence. Their comic timings are tremendous.

OMG revolves around an atheist Kanjibhai (Paresh Rawal) who runs an antic shop. In the name of God, he cheats people. He purchase idols of God and display in this shop and sell those idols of God as antique pieces in 10 times higher price than what it actually costs. In the eyes of few Godmen, he is a culprit but Kanjibhai only looks towards profit no matter what he is doing and how he is doing.

But one day, Kanjibhai had to face of the consequence of cheating people. He suffered huge loss in his business. Natural calamity destroyed his shop and the idols of God. Following the loss, Kanjibhai filed a case against God. In his complaint, he demands compensation from God. Then starts the hilarious courtroom drama. Lord Krishna (Akshay Kumar) takes the avatar of human and guides Kanjibhai through the complicated courtroom drama.

It is really interesting to see Akshay Kumar portrayed lord Krishna rides bike, dressed in suit and boot, plays flute and wear fancy glasses.

OMG is an out an out comedy film adapted from a Gujarati play 'Kanji Viruddh Kanji' and 2001 Australian comedy ‘The Man Who Sued God’. The film has many witty moments that would fill the theatre will laughter.

The chemistry of Akshay and Paresh Rawal has again proved wonder. Both are superb and best in one liner jokes.

Though the film has little scope for dance ad song but Sonakshi Sinha’s debut item number Go Go Govinda, a Janmashtami song, with choreographer-director Prabhu Deva was a treat for the eyes.

Directed by debutant director Umesh Shukla and produced by Akshay Kumar, Paresh Rawal, Ashvini Yardi and BK Modi, OMG Oh My God is a feel good movie.

The other cast in the film includes Mithun Chakravarthy, Poonam Jhawer, Govind Namdeo, Mahesh Manjrekar, Nidhi Subbaiah and Murli Sharma also performed well.

OMG impresses due to the realistic approach. There are instances in the movie which speaks about dhonghi babas that mislead the devotees to grab money from them in the present.

The concept is genuine and it reflects the reality of life. It is a simple story that strikes the chord of the audience.
OMG Oh My God
OMG Oh My God!