In a remarkable turn of events, the thought-provoking film “OMG 2,” starring Akshay Kumar, Pankaj Tripathi, and Yami Gautam, has sparked a significant change in the education landscape. Following a special screening organized by the Sindhu Education Society in Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra, the society’s leadership, including Rekha Thakur (Secretary) and esteemed MLA Kumar, decided to incorporate sex education into their curriculum.
The film, which has garnered widespread acclaim for its message, underscores the pressing need for comprehensive sex education in India. After witnessing the powerful impact of “OMG 2” on the audience, including around 184 teachers and Principals from 15 schools, the organizers promptly announced their commitment to introducing sex education in the current academic year.
Amit Rai, the writer and director of “OMG 2,” expressed his elation, stating, “This is something I shall always cherish. The purpose behind making this film has been attained. I am so happy that the film is not just doing well commercially but our message has reached out to people at large and we are witnessing changes happening all around us. Nothing can be more gratifying than this.”
The movie, with Pankaj Tripathi in the role of a determined parent challenging societal norms, and Yami Gautam as the defense lawyer advocating for sex education, has resonated deeply with audiences. The unexpected impact it has had on the education system further underscores the power of cinema to inspire positive change.
Released alongside “Gadar 2” on August 11, “OMG 2” continues to prove that films can transcend entertainment to become catalysts for vital societal transformation.