Kanji Mehta is an atheist. For him, god and religion are nothing more than a business proposition. He buys idols that look time-worn and sells them as 'antique' statues at double, triple or 10 times its original price. Life has been a smooth sailing for Kanji until one fine day when a slight earthquake shakes the city.
Kanjibhai decides to file a case against God on the premise that if God is responsible for his loss, as has been made amply clear by the Insurance Company, then it is God's responsibility to compensate him for his losses. So, that's how God gets sued! Kanji sends legal notices to many high priests and heads of various religious sects. The news spreads like wild fire that a mad man has made a mockery of religion and law alike.
Just as Kanji begins to lose ground, a man enters - riding majestic on his flaming bike as he swoops Kanji off the road straight on to his bike, and speeds off ... ensuing a crazy chase. But Kanji and the mysterious man emerge unscathed, much to Kanji's astonishment! The man introduces himself as Krishna Vasudev Yadav from Mathura. Enters Krishna in a modern avatar... Read Full Review