MSG 2 premier attracts 50,000 fans and a traffic advisory from Gurgaon police

In a traffic advisory issued on Facebook, Gurgaon Traffic police have requesting people to use public transport to keep the roads congestion free during the MSG 2 premier.

FP Staff September 16, 2015 11:19:28 IST
MSG 2 premier attracts 50,000 fans and a traffic advisory from Gurgaon police

Brace yourselves, MSG is coming, again! And this time he has the police with him.

MSG 2 - The Messenger a film by and starring Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh is a sequel to his MSG - the Messenger which released earlier this yearThe film is set to hit the screens on 18 September, but before that a premier in Gurgaon has been arranged on 16 September.

MSG 2 premier attracts 50000 fans and a traffic advisory from Gurgaon police

File photo of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh. PTI

This premier seems to be a grand affair with about 50,000 expected for the 11 am premier. And the sheer amount of crowds got the Gurgaon police worried.

In a traffic advisory issued on Facebook, Gurgaon Traffic police have requesting people to use public transport to keep the roads congestion free during the MSG 2 premier.

They have also made parking arrangements and suggested alternate routes for people travelling by the venue at Leisure Valley Park. Traffic diversion for a film premier - how often does that happen? Talk about popularity!

Traffic Advisory for the premier of the film MSG-2Gurgaon has large volume of traffic with Approximately 12 lakh...

Posted by Gurgaon Traffic Police on Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Meanwhile, the MSG premier has been the talk of Twitter with several people either sharing their excitement or annoyance at the traffic congestion online.

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