Dharam Sankat Mein Review



‘Religion’ is the new genre in the cinematic universe and films like ‘OMG’ and ‘PK’ have surfed the waves of criticism and court-rooms a lot and excelled. Just like these two, even ‘Dharam Sankat Mein (DSM)’ too takes the courage to challenge blind faith but unlike them it lacks in being consistent with its reasoning and ends up being just a time-pass film.

Dharampal (Paresh Rawal) is forced by his son to be religious because he wants to marry a girl whose father is a blind follower of Neelanand Baba (Naseeruddin Shah). Later Dharampal comes to know that he was adopted and his biological father was a Muslim and in order to meet his father, who is critically ill, an Imam suggests Dharampal to learn Muslim ways first. This bewilderment is what makes the story of DSM.

Talking about performances – Paresh Rawal did OMG and even this role is…

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