Renowned actor Pankaj Tripathi is currently enjoying a streak of box office hits with his recent films, “OMG 2” and “Fukrey 3.”
However, despite the success of “OMG 2,” Tripathi has expressed regret over the film’s ‘A’ certificate from the Central Board of Certification (CBFC), which restricted family viewership, although the movie was intended for young adults.
In an interview with India Today, Pankaj Tripathi stated, “Because of the ‘A’ certificate, it became difficult for families to watch the film. One family has a husband, wife, and a little child, so how will they come? If it wasn’t an A certificate, I think the film would have been even better. The film is already a super hit.”
Tripathi emphasized the importance of the film’s message reaching the intended audience, saying, “And the other thing is that business isn’t important. What’s important is that the message, which was meant for a certain age group, didn’t reach them. Hopefully, people will now come on OTT and watch it and understand.”
“OMG 2,” which also stars Akshay Kumar, recently started streaming on Netflix, offering a new opportunity for audiences to engage with the film’s content.