Earlier this morning, actor AkshayKumar took to his Twitter handle to express shock and anger at the incident. He wrote, “Shaken, disgusted to see the video of violence against women in Manipur.I hope the culprits get such a harsh punishment that no one ever thinks of doing a horrifying thing like this again.”
Coming to his work, amidst rumours that his upcoming film ‘OMG 2’ was being stalled after the Censor Board of Film Certification (CFBC) refused to certify the film for release, Akshay Kumar recently put all rumours to rest.
The actor, earlier this week, took to his social media handle to announce the launch of the first song from his upcoming social drama. “#OonchiOonchiWaadi Song out tomorrow! # OMG2 in theatres on August 11,” he wrote and posted the album art featuring Pankaj Tripathi.
The teaser of ‘OMG 2’ created quite a stir online after a scene featured the Rudrabhishek of Lord Shiva with water from a railway pipe. Last week, reports stated that the sequel had been put on hold by the Central Board of Certification (
CBFC) and sent to the Revision Committee for a detailed review.
The CBFC is reportedly being cautious after the uproar created post the release of the Prabhas starrer Adipurush that forced the makers to alter dialogues after the film’s release.
Akshay will be seen playing the role of Lord Shiva opposite Pankaj who doubles up as a devotee in the film. The film also stars Yami Gautam and Arun Govil.