Taran Adarsh and Rajeev Masand quit film critic job after watching MSG the movie

19, Jan 2015 By Pavan

Mumbai: Noted film critics and well known faces of Indian film fraternity Taran Adarsh and Rajeev Masand have resigned from their critics job after watching MSG: Messenger of God movie which was premiered last night. This move has come as a shocking blow to the intellectual film making circle who always relied on their intellectual views.

When Faking News got in touch with five-star critic Taran Adarsh he said “ After watching this movie I was so mesmerized with the Baba Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insaanji’s acting, direction, production, music, lyrics, singing, action etc., I instantly gave it 50 stars i.e 5 stars each for individual categories. This movie has to be sent to Oscars and I personally request Academy Awards committee to add a special category which honors movies whose sequel shouldn’t be made.”

Papaji welcoming Rajeev Masand and Taran Adarsh with open arms. Papaji is also waiting to welcome Komal Nahta and Anupama Chopra who will follow suit.

Faking News reporter later stopped at Rajeev Masand’s house to find out his views on the movie and he said “ This is not movie, its once in a lifetime experience, it is the same experience I got 8 years back when I watched RGV ki Aag. I want everyone to go through the same agony joy which I went through.” When reporter informed about Taran Adarsh’s 50 star review, Masand said “ Abey Uska bus chale toh woh Gunda jaisi movie ko bhi 500 stars de daale.” Finally in his unique style he gave his review “ I am going -5 out 5 to MSG The movie, watch it if you want to out of the brain experience”.

Sources close to Faking News present in Baba Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insaan’s ashram have informed us that both Taran Adarsh and Rajeev Masand have become ardent devotees of the Papaji and will be guiding him in making critically acclaimed movies, whereas Sajid Khan , Farah Khan, Rohit Shetty and Prabhudeva are relieved as their biggest enemies critics will not be reviewing their movies in the future.