4 Stills From 'MSG - 2: The Messenger' That Will Make You Want To Book Tickets Now

25/08/2015 10:22 AM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST
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Despite being possibly the worst-reviewed film of the year and a 'disaster' at the box-office, a sequel to MSG: The Messenger hits theatres on September 18. The film, called MSG - 2: The Messenger already has a teaser out.

READ: Here Is What 'MSG - 2: The Messenger' Is All About

The film features controversial Dera Sacha Sauda leader Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh 'Insaan', who aside from starring as himself is also involved in the direction, story, costume design, music, and cinematography departments.

Check out a few stills from the upcoming sequel, featuring Singh (known as 'Guruji' to his followers) in costumes designed by himself, doing things he fancies himself doing, in what must surely now be the most audacious vanity project in the history of Indian cinema.

There are only two possible reactions: one, you claw your own eyes out; two, you await this movie more eagerly than you've awaited the release of any movie in your entire life.

  • In The Pink Of Health
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    Behold as Guruji explores his feminine side with this pink number that totally brings out the colour of his eyes even as he kicks some serious non-Dera-Sacha-Sauda butt.
  • Bum Laga Ke Haisha
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    Wrestling elephants, wearing a combination of pink and yellow, and being more awesome than any other controversial sect leader — these are all in a day's work for Guruji.
  • Singh Is Bling
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    What's in his hand, you think? A gun? A rocket launcher? A hair-dryer? Also, coolest Lego pants ever.
  • Fart Attack
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    And this, kids, is why you should avoid having rajmah-chawal for dinner, especially if it's after 9 pm.

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