Gurmit Ram Rahim Singh's debut movie 'MSG: The Messenger of God' was finally released in February. The film received pathetic reviews and was banned from airing in a few states. However, the movie did garner a good business at the box office during the time.
It seems now that Rahim Singh is back with a bang with new projects and ideas. In an interview to Mid-Day he said that one of his upcoming movies movie will be even bigger than the Hollywood blockbuster 'Avatar'. He said, "The next film will be made on a huge scale and will be bigger then Avatar. It obviously will have a lot of creativity involved. Also the production of the project will be at par with Hollywood. We are considering some big names and Hrithik Roshan has assured us that if need be, he will come on board. Once the script gets locked, we will finalise other things."
Rahim Singh is also out with the sequel to MSG. He spoke about this saying, "The story and the fight sequences are quite different and new. We have incorporated yoga and a few new techniques which the audiences are going to love. Apart from that, there is also a social message about superstition and the adivasi community. The film which talks about the transformation of the tribal community due to the Gurumantra questions the fact that if the adivasis can be transformed then why not the youth of this country. The film will entertain the audience along with giving them a social message."
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