Dharam Sankat Mein (2015)

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At the age of 55, a Hindu man discovers that he was born Muslim and adopted by a Hindu family.

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  • Manoj Raghubir Sharma in Dharam Sankat Mein (2015)
  • Paresh Rawal in Dharam Sankat Mein (2015)
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  • Manoj Raghubir Sharma in Dharam Sankat Mein (2015)
  • Paresh Rawal, Rushita Pandya, and Manoj Raghubir Sharma in Dharam Sankat Mein (2015)
  • Paresh Rawal, Rushita Pandya, and Manoj Raghubir Sharma in Dharam Sankat Mein (2015)

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18 January 2016 | ramaragavendra
8
| Awesome Movie Plot
This movie I played as casual watch; but while watching it made me to feel worthy of the movie.

Movie starts with a brahmin family man, how he lives in the society; and all of sudden he realized that he is an Islamic person by birth and grown as Brahmin. Movie shows that he tried to see his father and how he faces all the problems; at the end, he met his father and he pulled out the back ground plot of a swami ji and family unites again, and thus movie gets over.

I enjoyed the Paresh Rawal acts, he did it very well. His humorous speech and his facial expressions are awesome throughout the movie and made me to watch twice. Some of the comedy scenes are awesome and scored 100% marks (especially he himself gets confused how to greet the hindu priest while seeing with the mixed thinking he is being an Muslim).

Please watch the movie and you will reveal the above said lines.

Thanks, Simply the Subbu !

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