Storyline: Guru ji (Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh) is a spiritual leader who has a huge follower base. He has accepted the challenge of eradicating social evils including drugs and gender-related issues that have been prevailing in the society. Those with vested interests and apathetic towards the welfare of the society are now disturbed as there’s someone who has taken control of the situation. They conspire to kill him.

Review: Make no mistake: The hero, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan is no ordinary man. The film opens with him arriving in a Mercedes, wearing an unbelievably garish outfit (his choice of clothes get steadily worse through the film). He is seen singing a hip-hop song and shaking his leg in blingy outfits and, ahem, hairy arms. The message is clear. He is no ordinary man.

For instance, if Ajay Devgn can stand on two moving bikes, our blingy baba does push-ups between two moving trucks. Forget the outfit (though it is really difficult to ignore), baba’s sunglasses are surely studded with more diamonds and gold than the sum total of Bappi da’s assets.

His bikes are set on anti-gravity mode, flying through the air whenever he feels like going on for 'spin'. If, after struggling hard, you can look past all the blinding bling, you will find a thin thread of a story of self-praise and nothing but that.

This is the do-gooder who literally thinks he’s God’s gift to mankind and is out saving the world. He takes a designer broom matching his yet another outfit from hell and leads a 'Swachh Bharat' kind of abhiyaan, he wears a designer mask to go incognito to the red light area and rehabilitate the prostitutes… so on and so forth. He might look like a rotund man with zero acting abilities, but over three painful hours, we are reminded again and again that he is the real messiah, the miracle man, the 'rock papa' and, lo and behold, a youth icon too!

Its hard to look for the charm and charisma that his 'five-crore' followers see in him.

Film: MSG: The Messenger
Director: Jeetu Arora, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan
Cast: Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan, Daniel Kaleb, Fllora Saini, Gaurav Gera