Dharam Sankat Mein Movie launched on April 10 2015, is full time-pass in itself, gone through the basis of religion movie is perfect example of a person who got messed up with the religion. Situation where practitioners of Hindu and Muslim religion force their advises to a simple man who wants to live his life without any mess. Based upon British film ‘The Infidel” film revolves arount Dharam Pal (Parvesh Rampal) who laterly found himself to had been born in Muslim family.
The consequences of small fights between Dharam Pal and his neighbor Nawab Mehmood Shah (Annu Kapoor) Makes the film too much good in comedy, but when it comes to overall direction and story-line the film looses a bit.
Movie Review of ‘Dharam Sankat Mein’
Hindu Dharam Pal’s adopting of his Muslim neighbor (Annu Kapoor) and also the interactions they’ve forms the crux from the film, and a lot of it is humor and near to the bone. However the narrative descends into the same kind of territory: Annu Kapoor being designed to clunky Chants about ‘Vatan’, and ‘patriotism’, and Paresh Rawal being proven faintly jeopardizing his staunchness by dissing a ‘dhongi baba’. Entry of Naseer’s Neelanand Baba and his statements makes the movie more interesting. The film story-line have lot of confusions but once when you got ease with this you start loving each and every scene of the movie.
The main part of this movie lies with the question that is religion is permanent, or religion comes by birth. It is the first time in the Big screen that a Bollywood movie has 3 National Film Award and Film fare Award winners in its main cast reportly, Annu Kapoor, Paresh Rawal and Naseeruddin Shah.