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'.
Further, he says it does not hurt anybody's sentiments.
An official Hindi adaptation of British satire 'The Infidel', the film also stars Paresh Rawal and Annu Kapoor. It talks about the journey of a Hindu man who finds out about his adopted past involving a Muslim biological parenthood.
"We have taken care of sentiments of all the religions and groups. We are not mocking religion in the film but the people who have made religion a source of their business," the actor said here in an interview.
"No religion or group will be able to accuse us or this film as whatever is shown in the film is correct and factual," he added.
Directed by Fuwad Khan, 'Dharam Sankat Mein' is slated for release on April 10.
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