Friday released director Fuwad Khan’s film ‘Dharam Sankat Mein‘ is based on similar lines where an individual questions whether the religion should dictate terms in one’s personal relations.
Story: The film revolves around a Hindu man (Paresh Rawal) who goes through an identity crisis when he discovers he was adopted as a son in a hindu family but was born in a Muslim family. The journey starts with finding his real father.
His faith is confused, mocking and representative of most folk exhausted by the extremes and ethics of religious identification.
Whether Dharam Sankat Mein is remarking on the hypocrisy of human nature or fostering it, is hard to tell. And that’s where the film goes wrong most of the time.
When Fuwad Khan’s directorial debut was announced, rumours claimed that it was a sequel to the Akshay Kumar-Paresh Rawal-starrer OMG! Oh My God, the makers of Dharam Dankat Mein, however, never tired of saying that their film is not a sequel.
Dharam Sankat Mein offers nothing new if you have watched PK, or OMG. Even if you haven’t, the film is not a treat you want to go for. It is not funny, gets too preachy and has way too predictable storyline.
Performances: It’s indeed a Paresh Rawal film all the way, who makes absolutely no mistakes at all and comes out a winner by all means. His performance is absolutely flawless and sincere.,actors like Shah and Kapoor are wasted in the film.
Music: The music is given by Meet Bros Anjjan, Sachin Gupta, Jatinder Shah, D J Kiran. The songs are terrible, but fortunately there are just two of them, if you exclude the ridiculous end credits music video featuring Sophie Chaudhury.
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