I think you can but it will not have the same flavor profile. Pils malt lends a distinctive flavor that 2 row pale or MO will not be able to duplicate. Pils is a lighter kilned malt at 2-3L, whereas 2 row pale and MO is typically 3-5L. Pilsner malt is very pale, and a little less modified than pale malts used for ales. As a result, there are more enzymes left in the grain after it has been kilned in order to retain the pale color and other desirable Pils malt characteristics. More enzymes mean more enzymatic activity, which means more SMM production even after the grain has been kilned. The rest follows. SMM leads to DMS, which oxidizes to DMSO, and is then reduced back to DMS.
The end result is that the flavor profile between the varieties will be different. It's a personal choice. If you want an authentic Pils, go with Pils.