MSG Total Seven Days Box Office Collection
‘MSG: The Messenger Of God’ box office collections, Godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan (Guru ji), who has a massive following of devotees in northern parts of the country, has generated magic numbers – if reports are to be believed, they have ridden roughshod over Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘Roy’. ‘MSG: The Messenger of God’ box office collections have raked in nearly Rs 90 crore – a massive lead over Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘Roy’ – both were released simultaneously. Hardly a week into its release, the film ‘MSG: The Messenger Of God’ has become the biggest blockbuster of the year, grossing more than Rs 89.29 crore in first six days, according to unconfirmed reports. After a spat with the Censor Board, ‘MSG: The Messenger Of God’ released in more than 4,000 screens across the country last Friday. In fact, all nine daily screenings of the film at the PVR outlet in Delhi’s Select Citywalk were completely booked in advance, and there had been three lakh bookings across PVR outlets in Delhi-NCR. “This is an unprecedented response. Usually we have 5-6 daily shows for a movie but seeing the response, we increased the shows,” said a PVR spokesperson had said. On the eve of its release, ardent followers had also gathered at PVR Cinema in Select Citywalk in the national capital for an exclusive premiere of “Guruji’s movie”.’ Gautam Dutta, CEO, PVR Ltd, pointed out, “MSG: The Messenger of God opened well. It capitalised on Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh’s immense fan following and maintained an occupancy of 70 per cent.” Though the Punjab government imposed a ban on the film in the state, in Chandigarh and Panchkula, the film was reportedly screened 73 times on the opening day.
MSG Total Box Office Business or Income
The movie also released in more than 500 screens abroad, according Dera Sacha Sauda workers. In ‘MSG: The Messenger Of God’, the Dera chief is seen tackling the drug menace, among other crimes, in the country. In one of the scenes, he is shown taking on people who are attacking his ashram. In another, he is shown flying through the air and fighting off 100 sword-wielding attackers and taking them out with just a single punch. But there have been several conflicting reports concerning the business generated by MSG. MSG was one of the two Bollywood movies released on the eve of Valentine’s Day and the mood was obviously optimistic, what with controversy and the godman adding to the ultimate lure of the movie, but there are many who have taken an open stance against the movie’s successful-at-the-box-office rating. Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh’s film has earned Rs.89.29 crore in just six days of its release, according to The Indian Express. Keeping in mind the six days collection, the film might have reportedly earned more than Rs.4 crore on seventh day thus beating the lifetime collection record of “Baby”. “Baby” was the highest grosser film of 2015, but if “MSG” collections are anything to go by then it has become the biggest grosser film of this year.
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