Oh My God (U)
28/Sep/2012 2 Hrs 10 Mins

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Brave and Absorbing

OMG-Oh My God creates a hard-hitting premise where its lead protagonist decides to dispute this rigid system by dragging God and the business of religion to court. (more)

Source: Sukanya Verma, Rediff.com


OMG is a thought-provoking adaptation of a massively successful play.

A movie tackling a sensitive and an untouched subject matter, it will find its share of advocates and adversaries, but the social message the movie conveys comes across loud and clear and that's one of the prime reasons why OMG becomes a deserving watch(more)

Source: Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama


Watch OMG For its good performances and an interesting concept.

Adapted from a Gujarati play by Bhavesh Mandalia, writer Umesh Shukla has adapted the drama to the big screen quite skillfully. Paresh Rawal�s character Kanjilal gets some of the best dialogues and thespian does full justice to them.(more)

Source: Roshini Devi, Koimoi


Oh My God is a bold take that excels with stellar performances

The screenplay of the movie is excellent, with witty dialogues that have been intelligently written. The direction is good and cinematography is perfect.(more)

Source: Kanika Sikka, DNA


A solid case against blind faith

Umesh Shukla makes a solid case against blind faith, the excesses of religious rituals, and the self-appointed "collection agents" of God, it never sticks its neck out far enough, choosing instead to go with a cop-out ending, as if afraid to be too provocative. (more)

Source: Rajeev Masand, CNN-IBN


Watch Paresh Rawal battle blind faith!.

Director Umesh Shukla carefully executes this tightrope walk using comedy as his vehicle, beneath which lies the bottomless abyss of sacrilege and irreverence � one misbalanced step, and down goes the endeavour. Thankfully, none of that happens.(more)

Source: Ananya Bhattacharya, Zee News


The intentions are good, but the preaching is boring.

Director Umesh Shukla, who has also directed the play, is bogged down by the burden of Bollywood. So we must have an item number with Sonakshi Sinha and Prabhu Deva. Shukla must also make room for the mega-stardom of Akshay Kumar, who is both producer and God. (more)

Source: Anupama Chopra, Hindustan Times

BO Report World Wide

Country 2nd Weekend 3rd Weekend 4th Weekend 5thweekend Opening Weekend
USA ($) 342861.00 168221.00 50596.00 13286.00 340028.00
Australia (A$) 106516.00 24189.00 7987.00 --- 80205.00

Music Tracks

No. Song Title Lyric Writer Performer(s) Listen here
1 “Don't Worry (Hey Ram)” Himesh Reshammiya Himesh Reshammiya, Benny Dayal, Arya Acharya
2 “Mere Nishaan” Meet Bros-anjjan Kailash Kher, Meet Bros-Anjjan
3 “Tu Hi Tu” Himesh Reshammiya Mohammad Irfan Ali
4 “Go Go Govinda” Himesh Reshammiya Mika Singh, Shreya Ghoshal
5 “Hari Bol” Sachin Jigar Keerthi Sagathia
6 “Tu Hi Tu (Reprise)” Himesh Reshammiya Suraj Jagan
7 “Oh My God (Soundtrack)” Himesh Reshammiya Zubeen Garg
8 “Tu Hi Tu (Unplugged)” Himesh Reshammiya Ash King
9 “Go Go Govinda (Reprise)” Himesh Reshammiya Aman Trikha, Shreya Ghoshal
10 “Don't Worry (Remix)” Himesh Reshammiya Himesh Reshammiya, Benny Dayal, Arya Acharya
11 “Tu Hi Tu (Remix)” Himesh Reshammiya Mohammad Irfan Ali
12 “Krishna Theme (Flute)” Meet Bros-anjjan Parash Nath