Tribals protest against the film-MSG-2:The Messanger

By Abha Manakatala - Sat Sep 19, 1:33 pm

Ranchi, Jharkhand 19 September 2015 :: People from tribal community burned effigy of MSG-2 The Messenger action film director Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh during a protest against this movie in Ranchi on Saturday. Photo-Ratan Lal

Tribals today burnt effigy of the film-MSG-2:The Mesanger in Ranchi today.

“It is a terrible film showing a false reality”,said an agitator who was a tribal student echoing the sentiments of many people.They protested against this film at the town centre in Ranchi at Albert Ekka Chowk.

The film stars were Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh,Insan Ji and Jeetu Arora.Singh,who was the star,does his own stunts,depicts situations involving youth-related issues like drug abuse, alcoholism, etc.

Apart from acting and directing, Gurmeet composed and sang all the songs, worked as lyricist, script writer, cinematographer and editor respectively and was seen only by him. The film was released worldwide on Friday 13 February 2015, in Hindi, English, Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam. The film has received negative reviews from critics.

Incidentally,the film performed badly at the Box Office although its producers claimed it performed well. A sequel, MSG-2:The Messenger,was announced on August 18 and was released on September 18.

The Messenger action film director Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh during a protest against this movie in Ranchi on Saturday.

Photo by Ratan Lal shows protests against the film MSG-2:The Messenger in Ranchi on Saturday.

Ranchi, Jharkhand 19 September 2015 :: People from tribal community burned effigy of MSG-2 The Messenger action film director Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh during a protest against this movie in Ranchi on Saturday. Photo-Ratan Lal

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