Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh's sequel to "MSG: The Messenger" has opened to funny reviews rather than negative or positive ones.
The all-in-one Gurmeet Singh is the producer, director, lead actor, music director, editor and cinematographer of "MSG 2".
Like "MSG: The Messenger", the sequel "MSG 2" also focuses on the Dera Sacha Sauda sect leader fighting social evils.
However, the film has failed to impress the critics with its storyline. Most of the critics have given 0 or 1/2 star to the film and even called it a nightmare.
Read the critics reviews below:
Mohar Basu of The Times of India gave 1 star to the film and said: "The film's one-star-rating is strictly for the scene in which Babaji sword-fights in his beautiful Rani-pink frock. Killer and how."
Just Bollywood in its review said: "Talking about the Music, editing, screenplay, and locations, again there is a dominance of this man, which portrays nothing but him in different roles. So, what more to expect in terms of professionalism or mainstream cinema, in other words, it is nothing but a spiritual attempt of this man to introduce his teachings to the unknown people and make his identity strong among his followers."
Rukmini Chopra of BollywoodLife.com gave 0 star to the film and called it the "worst nightmare".
"If you don't know what to do by now, then let me spell it out for you- do NOT waste your time in this movie. Even if you are dared or are promised a huge sum of money. Just don't. It WILL be your worst nightmare. Okay let me put it this way; even if it's a matter of life and death, choose the latter."
Deepanjana Pal of Firstpost said: "I left the cinema at interval. When I reached the office, in my inbox was an email informing me MSG 2 had had record-breaking first shows in Gurgaon. I'm expecting one about its box office run in Mumbai soon enough."
Talking about the movie Rohit Vats of Hindustan Times said, "All is well that ends well".
"MSG 2 makes Alif Laila and Gunda look like classics. And, they say it's based on true events. God save those who are planning to watch MSG 2. This sequel is beyond rating," he concluded.