While there were reports that the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) invited religious leaders for the screening of ‘Dharam Sankat Mein’, film's lead actors Paresh Rawal and Naseruddin Shah say the idea is absurd.
After starring in a film like "OMG: Oh My God!', which touched upon people's blind faith in god and godmen, Paresh Rawal will now be seen in "Dharam Sankat Mein" as a man in an identity crisis due to his religion. But he says he does not pick such movies to preach anything to anyone.
Actor Naseeruddin Shah, who will be seen as a guru of a spiritual organisation in the upcoming satirical comedy "Dharam Sankat Mein", says no religion or group will find anything objectionable in the film as "whatever is shown in it is factual and correct".
Actor John Abraham may have played comedy roles in many films earlier, but he says veteran actor Paresh Rawal has helped him immensely in excelling at comic timing in the forthcoming film "Welcome Back".
'Dharam Sankat Mein', the official Hindi adaptation of British satire "The Infidel" which stars the powerhouse trio of Paresh Rawal, Annu Kapoor and Naseeruddin Shah, will hit the screens March 13, 2015.
Going ahead with its Assembly polls preparations, Delhi BJP will organise 90 nukkad jansabhas (street corner meetings) on Monday in which union minister Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti and other senior ministers including Ravi Shankar Prasad and Maneka Gandhi.