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 The makers of Akshay Kumar’s upcoming film OMG 2 have given a gift of a song to everyone celebrating the pious month of Saawan. Titled Har Har Mahadev, the song features Akshay channelling his Lord Shiva avatar in a trippy track. With his face and body smeared in ash, Kumar attempts the popular Tandava dance.

‘Saawan Siddh Ho Gaya’, Fans Get Trippy Over Akshay Kumar’s ‘Har Har Mahadev’ Song From OMG 2

OMG 2 will hit the theatres on 11th August and also features Pankaj Tripathi and Yami Gautam in pivotal roles.

Har Har Mahadev is sung and composed by Vikram Montrose and written by Shekhar Astitwa. Akshay shared the song on his Instagram with a ‘Trihsul’ sign and his fans jumped in for appreciating the actor. For the unversed, the film is facing a little apprehension from the Central Board of Film Certification.

Reacting to the song, one user wrote, “I never thought Akshay Kumar Can Portray the Role Of Lord Shivaa This well. His Dedication And Bhakti For This Role are Clearly Seen Hats off.”

“Har Har Mahadev - more than just a song, it's an experience that leaves you in awe of the divine. OMG2 has taken music to a whole new level.”

“What A Energetic Dance Performance, I bet no one from Bollywood Industry Beat Him In This Level of Energetic performance. Perfect Role to play Tandav in this Song.”

‘Saawan Siddh Ho Gaya’, Fans Get Trippy Over Akshay Kumar’s ‘Har Har Mahadev’ Song From OMG 2Youtube

A few days back, the first song of OMG 2 titled “Oonchi Oonchi Waadi” was released showing several glimpses of the film including the devotion of Pankaj Tripathi’s character. The song was sung by Hansraj Raghuwanshi who is known for singing several superhit devotional tracks and composed by Raahi.

OMG 2 receives an ‘Adult only’ certificate after 20 cuts by CBFC’s revision committee.

A source close to Bollywood Hungama revealed, “In all, the RC has asked for 20 cuts. These include both visual and audio deletions. On top of it, they have also suggested the makers opt for an adults-only certification. However, the makers are not comfortable with these cuts as they believe that they’ll affect the essence of the film. They are also not okay with an ‘A’ certificate.”

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“After all, they feel that the topic of sex education should be seen by people of all ages. Also, the first part, OMG Oh My God (2012), is very popular with kids. To have an adult certificate for a film in a kid-friendly franchise just doesn’t feel right, in their opinion. There’s a deadlock between the two parties as of now.”


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