MSG: The Messenger makes surprising Box Office collection

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Dera Sacha Sauda’s chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insaan’s film MSG: The Messenger has managed to stay in the box office for more than a weekend and not just that, it has managed to make a collection of more than Rs. 500 crores.

Well, that’s just a lie and was clearly a TOI fiction work to take us all by surprise. But, we at Tecake, do give out exact information so we must say that it managed to earn Rs 2.5 crore in the week, and an estimate has been made that it will earn no more than 50 crores.

We couldn’t give MSG any star ratings because we didn’t have any stars that depicted ridiculous or absurd or ‘Why is it even made?’ But it has managed to earn a fair amount despite it being a non-megastar starrer film.

But apparently the movie is still in theaters and is still trending on Twitter with Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh’s fans going crazy over it and commenting things like they loved his film and that they will be watching this movie again and again. There have been some of his followers who are persistent that the tickets to his movie be bought and that no show goes unattended and unwatched.

“I am too Much inspired from MSG..I will donate blood..I will Plant Trees.I will keep clean my Surroundings #MustWatchMSG to learn Many More” one of his fans posted on Twitter.

Although it won’t be a harsh thing to say that these people need to stop such blind faith following of a man who has charges against precisely the same that he portrays to fight against in his film.

But if this man can bring about any good changes in the country, then it should not be that big of a deal for him to continue with the good work. Although a thorough cleansing of his soul, along with the punishment of his crimes be included in that list.

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