Akshay Kumar’s highly-anticipated movie, “Oh My God 2” (stylised OMG 2) has finally started shooting.
On 23 October, the actor posted two concept posters on his Instagram, one a human hand being held by the wrist by a hand in blue resembling of Lord Shiva’s, and another of Akshay in a look seemingly inspired from Lord Shiva looking peaceful as another silhouette of a school student stares above.
“Need your blessings and wishes for [OMG2],” he posted, “our honest and humble attempt to reflect on an important social issue. May the eternal energy of Adiyogi bless us through this journey.”
Sources revealed that the movie began production on Thursday (21 October) in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, and that the cast and crew will be spending 17 days in the location that include Shree Mahakaleshwar Temple, Ram Ghat, Kaal Bhairav temple and Tower Chowk in Ujjain.
It is noted that the first film, which is inspired by the 2001 Australian film, “The Man Who Sued God”, was released in 2012 and made USD 16.2 million at the box office. However, unlike the first film, which is based on religion, the second reportedly will be about the Indian education system.