Teaser of the film ‘MSG - The Messenger of God’ is hit online

NEW DELHI:  The teaser trailer for the upcoming film ‘MSG- The Messenger of God’ has achieved instant popularity on release online.


The film is said to explore the conflict between the vested interests who feel stung by Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Insan's humanitarian campaigns and his vision for making the world better.


The outcome is a fast paced, edge-of-the-seat entertainer since Saint Insan caters creatively to over 50 million followers, predominantly amongst the youth.


‘MSG - The Messenger of God’ is a film with fresh faces playing different characters and it extends a social message to its audience.


Guruji is an established musician and vocalist who has performed over 100 Rock shows. He has been honoured twice by the famed record label Universal Music by a Golden Plaque for his achievement of having sold 10 million plus CD’s of his music. The music and the film will travel across several genres to bring high drama and entertainment without an air of preaching. Guruji is known to promote 104 social causes.


Shot entirely with 4K cameras, the teaser features Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan making a style statement. One hears his voice “Koi hamein Sant Kehta hai, koi kehta hai farishta,  koi kehta hai Guru toh koi kehta hai bhagwan, lekin hum toh hai, ek Insan”, which has gone viral online.


Saint Ram Rahim ji and his larger than life rock star avatar will definitely make viewers intensely curious, for here is spirituality dashed with the colors of Bollywood.


Watch the teaser at MSG - The Messenger of God here:


The movie has been produced by Sony Music and co-directed by Jeetu Arora. The film is set to release on January 16, 2014.

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