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Kanji Lalji Mehta, though an atheist, owns a small shop selling religious goods, concocting cock-and-bull stories to extract higher fees from his customers for his wares. When, in openly defying God, an earthquake destroys his (and only his) only source of income, with the insurance company refusing to pay up on the basis of it being an 'act of God', Kanjibhai takes God to the court. With many similarly unfortunate people pinning their hopes to him, Kanji's lack of courtroom experience may leave him unable to prove his point - that is, until approached by a man introducing himself as Krishna Vasudeva Yadav. Krishna helps Kanji win his case, his family and helps him find his faith in God, along the way showing how priests can turn religion into a business and that God can be found everywhere, particularly in a house of worship. Written by
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The number plate of Krishna's bike says "OM + 786", identifying the three major religions. See more »
When Kanji meets Krishna for the last time, Krishna disappears as soon as Kanji looks back. There is a change in background before and after his disappearance. See more »
Kanji Lalji Mehta:
Why do spirits become restless after death? When a person dies, he gets freedom. Then, why does he become restless?
It's not like that. What if someone's last wish remains unfulfilled?
Kanji Lalji Mehta:
Yes. Then the son will fulfill it.
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Oh My God is based on successful gujarati play Kanji Viruddh Kanji. Oh My God is a story of Kanjibhai who does not believe in god. One day Kanjibhai's shop gets destroyed in earthquake. Then Kanjibhai complains about God in court.
Paresh Rawal is absolutely splendid as a Kanjibhai and his arguments about reality of religion will make you think for a while. Akshay also plays the role of lord Krishna superbly. Surprise package of the film is Mithun Chakraborty. His comic timing is bang on.
First half of the film is filled with some good comedy sequences and second half will make you amazed with some heart touching and heart shaking scenes. Main USP of the film is its unique concept. The film ends with a noble message. Story is perfectly directed by Umesh Shukla and he deserve a big cheer.
Oh My God is a must watch film for everyone because intelligent Kanjibhai and modern lord Krishna cant be missed.
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