Directed by fuwad khan and produced by Sajjad Chunawala under the banners Viacom 18 Motion Pictures and Trigno media, ‘Dharam Sankat Mein’ is a remake of 2010 British comedy film ‘The Infidel’ and also star ‘Naseeruddin Shah’. The story revolves around a character named ‘Dharam Pal’, played by ‘Paresh Rawal’ who faces the dilemma of choosing between 2 religions and goes through identity crises when he discovers that what he believed himself to be was actually born to a Muslim family.
On being asked what message does this film conveys, Annu kapoor said “We are sure that you’ll learn something from this film and the message it gives is of the ‘humanity’ and that of all religions humanity is the biggest religion.”
On being asked if he was playing three roles in this movie and if comedy was the right genre to express the diversity of different religions and cultures, Paresh Rawal clarified by saying that “Firstly, I am playing just one role and not three. Secondly, when we communicate through a movie in a comic way even when it carries a social/moral message, it is better accepted and absorbed by the audience.”
The film having the stalwarts of the industry is believed to deliver a good message through a rib tickling story and will hit the theatres on 10th April, 2015.