Dharam Sankat Mein review.
My Ratings: 1.5/5.
Unfortunately that’s Dharam Sankat Mein for you.
Paresh Rawal (the anti-dharmic family man) and his sarcastic comments on religion and scrupulous God-men are kept intact in this film (though his one-liners are not so well-written/funny as it was in OMG: Oh My God!).
But again i have to admit the basic story line of the film sounds interesting though.
Dharampal (Paresh Rawal), a man who is by birth a muslim but brought up by a Hindu family tries his best to adopt to both the religions to achieve his goals. Nawab Mehmood Nazeem Ali Shah Khan Bahadur (Annu Kapoor), his neighbor gives him a helping hand.
A plot that could have been easily built up into something good but instead it turned out to be an illogical, repetitive and highly predictable film.
Only a hand-full of dialogues and a few comic scenes generates laughs in the cinema hall, specially the ones between Paresh Rawal and Annu Kapoor (such talented actors!).
Cinematographer turned director Fuwad Khan for his debut film had the right intentions, a good plot and a great casting. Better script and execution would have helped a lot.
A comedy with high morale but low entertainment value.