"The prophet" shot in the Vatican, India, Saudi Arabia, Italy, Austria and Iran, depicts Muslims' solidarity in defending Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).
The documentary is to be broadcast through 50 satellite channels and social networks in different languages from Thursday.
An Iranian NGO announced in September that it planned to produce a documentary which would include interviews with the leaders of major world religions in condemnation of the insults leveled against the prophet of Islam.
"The Islam-and-Christianity NGO has embarked on the production of a scientific and charming documentary, named 'The Prophet', in response to the insulting movie recently produced against Islam and its radical supporters," the Public Relations Director of the NGO, Mohammad Karimi, told FNA in September.
"Leaders of all the world's major religions, including Christianity, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism, Mandian Sabe'een and Islam, have taken part in the production of this documentary," he said.
Karimi said the scene shooting which has been carried out in several countries, including India, Italy, France, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Armenia and the Vatican, has finished, adding that the documentary will be screened in three different languages, namely Persian, Arabic and English.
Karimi further had added that the documentary will be shown on satellite TV channels and through social networks and internet websites, including YouTube and the Islam-and-Christianity NGO's website.
Karimi said 'The Prophet' which centers on the life and mission of Islam's Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) would be a crushing response to 'Innocence of Muslims', a sacrilegious movie recently produced by an American-Israeli man in the US against Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), which has sparked growing outrage throughout the world.
'Innocence of Muslims', previously called Desert Warriors and Innocence of Bin Laden, is a 2012 anti-Muslim movie which insults Muslims' Prophet Mohammad (PBUH). The film has been financed by more than 100 Jews and produced by an American-Israeli man in the US.
The film was being promoted by a Florida pastor, Terry Jones, known for previous Quran-burning stunts that angered Muslims in various countries.