“Oh My God” Trailer review – Hilariously Amusing

If anyone discovers a dictionary on Bollywood, and gleans through the synonyms of comedy, guess the name of Paresh Rawal would be written in gold. The veteran actor has championed the comic genre exceptionally with his unquestionable talent, and when he is at the helm of the affairs in a comedy drama flick, you are assured of a rip roaring entertainer, and the first look of “Oh My God‘, an upcoming Bollywood Drama film, slated to be released this September, promises to be one of them.

Oh My God” , helmed by a newbie director Umesh Shukla and produced by our very own Akshay Kumar (apparently playing a cameo in this film) and based on a highly acclaimed Gurajati play, promises to be a light hearted entertainer, portraying the journey of Kanjibhai (Paresh Rawal) and his disbelief in God, which results in his relentless bickering with the priests of the city, untill circumstances change when Lord Krishna (Akshay) pays him an unexpected visit.

With an ensemble cast of highly proficient actors – Mithun ChakrvortyMahesh ManjrekarGovind Namdeo– the trailer of “Oh My God‘ unfailingly brings a smile on your face, with a highly interesting premise and several comic and witty scenes. And with Prabhu Deva and Sonakshi Sinha gyrating in an item number, it adds the right tadka to this  entire entertaining fare.

Lets wait and watch, as this Sept, the Akshay-Paresh combo takes us for another humongous joyride . As the theatrical poster of this film screams “Kanjibhai is taking God to Court

Watch it out for : A promising mega entertainer , spearheaded by Paresh Rawal and supported by a cast of highly talented actors. 


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