Akshay Kumar To Reprise The Role Of THIS God In The Sequel Of Oh My God; It Has A Ramayan Connection
The makers have revealed that Akshay Kumar starrer Oh My God 2 has a strong Ramayan connection. This news has brought a wave of joy amongst the audience
Akshay Kumar is all set to essay the role of Lord Ram in his upcoming film Oh My God 2. Fans are really excited to see the sequel of the 2012 film co-starring Paresh Rawal. However, for the sequel, there is a very strong Ramayan connection.
Arun Govil who is known for playing Lord Ram in Ramanand Sagar’s 1987 tv series named Ramayan will now reprise his role on the big screens! Arun who was showered with love and appreciation at those times will now once again be seen as Lord Ram. During 1987, the audiences were very fond of Arun Govil’s representation as Lord Ram. The actor has become quite alike with the character.
According to reports, the source shared that it was Akshay Kumar who was quite eager on getting Arun Govil to reprise the character of Lord Ram. There is no other face more recognisable to play Lord Ram than Arun Govil. It was a decision that the makers took unanimously. Talking about Oh My God 2, Pankaj Tripathi and Yami Gautam are also a part of the film. Akshay will be reprising his role in the film. The first part of the movie was based on religious fanaticism and superstitions. As per news reports, it is said that the sequel will revolve around the Indian education system.
Pankaj Tripathi will be at the center of action in the film. His acting skills just make every character extremely enjoyable. Recently, it was known that the crew for the movie was about to leave for Ujjain on October 13, but the shoot was then pushed to October 23 after three crew members tested positive for Covid-19.
Coming to Akshay, he recently announced his new upcoming film Gorkha, which revolves around the life of war hero Major General Ian Cardozo from the prestigious Gorkha Regiment of the Indian Army. The movie will be directed by Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan and produced by Aanand L Rai and Himanshu Sharma.