Dharam Sankat Mein
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Dharam Sankat Mein is a 2015 Indian comedy-drama film that was produced by Sajjad Chunawala and Shariq Patel under the Trigno Media brand in collaboration with Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, which also serves as the distributor. The film was directed by debutant cinematographer Fuwad Khan. An official remake of the 2010 British film The Infidel, which starred comedian Omid Djalili in the title role, the movie also stars Paresh Rawal, Annu Kapoor, Alka Kaushal, Rushita Pandya,Sophie Choudry and Naseeruddin Shah in significant roles. It tells the tale of a typical Hindu man who learns that he was actually born a Muslim and must learn how to pass as a Muslim in order to meet his biological father.
In a Gujarati Hindu household in Ahmedabad, Dharampal Trivedi (Paresh Rawal), a caterer by trade, resides with his wife and two grown children. Extremely derogatory toward Muslims, he begins each day listening to old songs by the now-defunct and enigmatic Punjabi Sikh pop musician Manjeet Manchala (Gippy Grewal). Additionally, he frequently disagrees with his Muslim neighbour, Nawab Mehmood Nazim Ali Shah Khan Bahadur (Annu Kapoor). Dharampal enters his late mother's bank vault one day to retrieve her possessions. Then, he discovers adoption records attesting to his 1960 adoption and the fact that his biological parents were Muslims. Given how much he despises Muslims, this shocks him, so he chooses to keep it a secret.
At some point, he confesses to Nawab that he is a Muslim as well and that in order to contact Meer Shaukat Ali, his biological father, he needs to locate him. They learn Meer, who is in a nursing facility, is elderly and in critical condition. The Imaam looking after Meer informs Dharampal that Meer's health could suffer greatly if he learned that his only son has been raised as a non-Muslim. As a result, he instructs Dharampal to learn the fundamentals of Islam and return to meet Meer when he is prepared.
Dharampal begins to study Muslim customs with Shah's assistance.The Imaam, however, refuses Dharampal's request to see Meer once again, arguing that he still doesn't seem like a sincere Muslim. Amit, the son of Dharampal, falls in love with Shraddha, a young girl, and needs her father's approval before they can get married. Shraddha's father is a devoted disciple of Neelanand, a spiritual leader (Naseeruddin Shah). Amit wants Dharampal to follow Neelanand and develop his spirituality in order to help him impress Shraddha's father. On one occasion, Dharampal does, however, openly acknowledge that he is a Muslim by birth. Neelanand suggests to Shraddha's father not to have Shraddha marry Amit after Dharampal's family and Shraddha's father see this. Dharampal's family departs as a result.
Dharampal is accused of insulting Muslims, and the Imaam testifies in court about Dharampal's hatred of Islam as a witness for the prosecution. When Nawaab, who is now Dharampal's counsel, accuses the Imaam of attempting to forcibly convert Dharampal to Islam, his testimony backfires.
The court authorises Dharampal to see a sick Meer. Meer, though, has passed away by the time they get to the nursing home. Dharampal, who is enraged by everything, makes an attempt to overthrow Neelanand, who is mostly to blame for all of his problems. He then unintentionally learns that Manchala too had the extremely unusual condition that causes the eyelid to contract, which is the reason Neelanand's eye twitches. This prompts Dharampal to recall Manchala's long-ago disappearance, and later, it confirms their identity by matching the voices of Manchala and Neelanand. He then interrupts a Neelanand event and informs the enormous audience that Neelanand is actually a born Sikh, a phoney, and a faceless pop star who has had numerous lawsuits filed against him for having adulterous relationships with numerous women.
He makes a speech about how, as long as someone is behaving morally, their faith shouldn't matter. Finally, Dharampal's family comes back to him, and Amit is given permission to wed Sharaddha.
|Music By||Meet Bros Anjjan, Sachin Gupta, and Jatinder Shah|
|Production Company||Viacom 18 Motion Pictures , Trigno Media|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Producer||Sajjad Chunawala, Shariq Patel|
|Name||Dharam Sankat Mein|
|Dharam Sankat Mein Character names||Dharam Sankat Mein Actors real names|