MSG: Lion Heart Second Day Collection
After two super hit films MSG: The Messenger of God & MSG-2, Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, has come up with its sequel, MSG: The Warrior, and had better collection on second day (Saturday) than its opening day. Interestingly, according to the reports, his words proved right and after fetching the amount of approximately Rs 18+ crores* on its opening day (Friday), Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh’s MSG 3, collected approximately Rs 22 crores* on the second day of its release, which is quite good. We have not seen ever such a personality acting as a hero on Hindi movie and doing lots of action plus rapping on the floor.
Film after good buzz and lots of controversial issues, has managed to get high response from the public making its total of 2 days well enough. Film released yesterday got nice public response and managed to earn a good income on its opening day. Second day i.e. Saturday has emerged as more powerful in favor as the total occupancy has been recorded to be increased today as compared to the first day. Film has earned a decent income today along with positive reviews from the viewers.
From the early morning, devotees of Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan have got assembled outside the theaters. They have celebrated the day as a festival and creating huge buzz about the movie on social media as well. Especially from Haryana, Rajasthan & Punjab, MSG The Warrior Lion Heart has reported major contribution in its business. Due to its poor technicality and weak script, the movie has received negative reviews from most of the critics.
Also normal audience didn’t show any interest in it but still, the third installment of franchise MSG has witnessed phenomenal occupancy of almost 100% across the country. This happened, because Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan has huge fan following across the globe. Tomorrow film might earn highest figures due to Sunday but still rest depends on audience final attitude towards it. We cannot predict anything with surety as this is our Bollywood industry and no one knows when what gets happened.