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Great - don't miss this one

By jayshah1
Written October 24, 2012
An excellent movie that you can watch with family. Paresh Rawal is fantastic as usual & Akshay Kumar cool & likeable as a modern day God come down to earth.
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Real Good

By NotBonJovi
Written October 05, 2012
I liked the movie. Paresh Rawal is excellent as always. I was impressed by Akshay Kumar's subdued role. And the movie has no female lead and yet you don't realize it. Good message.
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As an Indian American, I loved it!

By pathuri
Written October 01, 2012
Never been a crazy fan of Indian movies, because I always have to read the subtitles and the story lines used to be less than desirable for my tastes, but OMG definitely shows how Bollywood and the independent movie makers in India are really stepping up their game. OMG was creative and funny, and managed to take one of the most philosophical questions of mankind, and present it in a way that does not insult or instigate anyone's beliefs.
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Hilarious and practical at the same time..

By sumukhsh
Written October 01, 2012
Strikes the right balance between being practical and faith. A must go for GenX and take your parents along. I'll pay for the tickets of people who are blindly superstitious. ;) Cheers..
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Must watch!

By bond4u
Written September 29, 2012
Good and meaningful movie after 3 idiot. This world religion going crazy in whole world
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