Jharkhand stops release of MSG-2

Raipur, September 19:  The Government of Jharkhand on Saturday stopped the release of the movie ' MSG-2', following claims that some of its dialogues had hurt the feelings of tribals.

The Jharkhand High Court had earlier issued notices to the Censor Board and others on a petition seeking an immediate ban of the film.

Meanwhile, multiplexes in Chhattisgarh have also declined to screen the movie to avoid agitation and violence.

However, the State Government has not passed any order for the same.

Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, the head of the Dera Sacha Sauda has written, directed, and acted in the film.

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