We can see just the trending hashtags as #BoycottMovieOfProphet on twitter for the film Muhammad: The Messenger of God. The movie has Strongly opposed by the Religious side of the Muslims As the film was totally on the case of Prophet. Several others just expel out their condolences on the movie Which conveyed the message on the based on the Wrong side.
Muhammad: The Messenger of God

Muhammad: The Messenger of God (Persian: محمد رسول‌الله‎, romanized: Mohammad Rasulollah) is a 2015 Iranian Islamic epic film directed by Majid Majidi and co-written with Kambuzia Partovi. The film is set in the sixth century where the story revolves around the childhood of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. The film marks the biggest-budget production in Iranian cinema to date.[3] Development of Muhammad: The Messenger of God began in 2007 and Majidi wrote the first draft of the screenplay by 2009. By 2011, a colossal set created in the city of Qom near Tehran was ready for the majority of the film. Several scenes were filmed in South Africa. Throughout the filming process, Majidi worked with a team of historians and archaeologists for the work on the accuracy of the early life of Prophet Muhammad. Post-production works began in Munich during late 2013 and were completed in 2014. The cinematography is done by Vittorio Storaro and film score is composed by A. R. Rahman.
Muhammad: The Messenger of God

The film was set to have its premiere at the Fajr International Film Festival on 1 February 2015 but was pulled out due to technical difficulties. For the critics, film-makers, and journalists, a special screening was held at Cinema Farhang in Iran on 12 February 2015. The film was released both in Iran and at Montreal World Film Festival on 27 August 2015. The film was selected as the Iranian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards.

The film met with widespread[citation needed] criticism prior to its theatrical release, originating from Sunni Arab countries. In February 2015, Egypt's Al-Azhar University called on Iran to ban the film. According to the University, the film describes the debasing of the sanctity of messengers from God. Saudi Arabia's Grand Mufti, Abdul-Aziz ibn Abdullah Al Shaykh condemned the film, stating that "the film depicts the Prophet in an 'untrue light'" and "undermines the important role he plays in Islam. The film stands a mockery of the Prophet and degradation of his status." The Saudi Muslim World League (MWL) had also denounced the movie on account of scenes characterizing the body and figure of the Prophet. In India, Barelvi Raza Academy issued a fatwa against the film director Majid Majidi and film score writer A. R. Rahman. The Raza Academy also demanded a ban on the film.

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