Dharam Sankat Mein garners excellent reviews

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15apr_DharamSankatMein-Poster01The film directed by Fuwad Khan and Produced by Viacom18 & Trignomedia Pvt Ltd DHARAM SANKAT MEIN has received immense reviews by people across the social media platform. From the day 1 of the release, DHARAM SANKAT MEIN is doing well and receiving great support by fans through social media and messages.​

A film by Vaicom18 & Trignomedia Pvt Ltd, DHARAM SANKET MEIN is going houseful in theaters and is all set to break the records. The movie is filled with humor and talent with 3 national award actors, Paresh Rawal, Naseeruddin Shah and Annu Kapoor. The movie has definitely won everyone’s heart and cracking box-office as must watch film.

Here are some of the reviews:-

Mihir Fadnavis (First Post)- “Dharam Sankat Mein review: Naseeruddin Shah rocks as MSG-style Baba and Paresh Rawal is brilliant.”

Bollywood Hungama – “DHARAM SANKAT MEIN should be watched for its sheer simplicity and also for the message that has been conveyed through the film. Ratings: 3/5″​

​Bollywood Magic Masala – “Dharam Sankat Mein is a Complete Paisa Vasool Film | ‪#‎SophieChoudry | ‪#‎HazelKeechhttps://youtu.be/y658UOCzvv8 ‪#‎DharamSankatMein‪ #‎NaseeruddinShah ‪#‎PareshRawal ‪#‎AnnuKapoor‪#‎Bollywood ‪#‎MovieScreening​”

Some of the famous film critics and Bollywood personalities tweeted…

Bhavna Somaaya tweets : “#DharamSankatMein is interesting because it takes a light hearted view of a serious subject like communal prejudices”

​Vishal Dadlani tweets : “Watched #DharamSankatMein last night. Really funny film, and such a great message! Do not miss it! Congrats, @SajjadChunawala !”

​Subhash K Jha tweets : “skjbollywoodnews.com/2015/04/dharam-sankat-mein-movie-review/4128907.html … #PareshRawal #NaseerudinShah ew: #DharamSankatMein Ratings: ​3 stars

Mayank Shekhar tweets : “Surely a very brave and important film… Review, :


DHARAM SANKAT MEIN, the official Hindi adaptation of British satire ‘The Infidel’. It revolves around a Hindu man Dharampal (By Paresh Rawal), who goes through an identity crisis when he discovers he was adopted as a child, and was born to a Muslim family.

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