The release date of the film has been pushed to after January 27. Read on to find out why!
Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh’s MSG: The Messenger of God has been under the censor board’s scrutiny since several weeks now. The film has received flack for coming across as a promotional stint by the Dera Sacha Sauda leader, followed by containing certain dialogues that could hurt the religious sentiments of people.The venture was given a ‘U’ certificate by the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal on January 15 on the condition that two dialogues in the film be muted along with adding disclaimers. The producers were asked to submit a fresh CD of the film with the needed corrections but their failure to do the same has resulted in the release date being pushed from January 26 to after 27.
A source spilled the beans on the error made by the producers, "After the Tribunal cleared the film, the producers submitted the film’s CD, but the correction that were needed were not done properly. They had asked to mute the dialogue, 'Yeh toh Murde mein bhi jaan phuk deta hain' but the mute was not properly done. They have been asked to make the changes and bring it back to CBFC office in Mumbai."
We hear that the disclaimers which have to be included in the film, have to inform the viewers that no religious sentiments of any person will be hurt. The spokesperson of the film Aditya Insan said,” I am not sure and we are travelling for the promotion of the film. Besides, the release date has now been pushed to after January 27."
Well Republic Day won’t witness Ram Rahim Singh’s patriotism after all!
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