Anurag Kashyap On ‘A’ Certificate Received By ‘OMG 2’, Says ‘Faltu Log Faltu Cheezein Pe Kahin Bhi Offend Hote Hai’

Reports Suggest That The CBFC Became More Cautious After The Release Of Adipurush, As They Faced Substantial Backlash

Director Anurag Kashyap has criticised the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) for the controversy surrounding “OMG 2,” a movie starring Akshay Kumar and Pankaj Tripathi. Despite receiving an A certificate, there were calls for the movie to be given a U/A certification. Anurag responded to the controversy by highlighting the backlash faced by the CBFC.

During an interview with News18, Anurag stated, “This is something one has to deal with. Censor ko lataad padi na uss picture ke liye (the CBFC faced backlash for that movie). People blasted them. The true intention of a film will reach the audience one way or the other. You cannot stop people from feeling offended. Faltu log faltu cheezein pe kahan bhi offend hote hai (Useless people get offended by anything and everything). They need to work on their system. They are so weak and thin-skinned that they get offended by anything.”

Reports suggest that the CBFC became more cautious after the release of “Adipurush,” as they faced substantial backlash. This caution might have influenced their decision-making process for “OMG 2.”

Directed by Amit Rai, “OMG 2” showcases Yami Gautam in the role of a lawyer, while Akshay Kumar revisits his celestial character from the original “OMG” film. In the 2012 release, Kumar depicted the persona of Krishna, while in “OMG 2,” he takes on the role of God’s messenger. The movie was released on August 11th and is committed to advocating for the inclusion of sex education within school curricula.

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