Omid Djalili: THE INFIDEL, The Movie

by faryarm

British-Iranian comedian Omid Djalili is used to playing with cultural stereotypes. Last year he took on Fagin in the musical, Oliver, and in his new film, the comedy The Infidel he stars as a Muslim man who discovers that he is in fact Jewish. So can religion be funny and where exactly do you draw the line?


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ethnic scumbag spesialist ... LOL :)

by Fatollah on

The one and only, Omid is just Great!


Okhh... then give him a nice hug and kiss for me!

by Monda on

I'm going to watch your links now (13-bedar cooking can wait)


I love Omid

by sag koochooloo on

and enjoy everything he does. He lives just down the road from me and get mobbed regularly. Even the British love him , he is SO popular here. My little munchkin.

Faryan jan, thanks for posting this.

Monda jan, he does support the Bahais when he can.

Comedian Omid Djalili speaks out for Baha’is in Iran



Shazde Asdola Mirza

I love it how he so "muslimly" manhandles the crippled clerk ;-)

by Shazde Asdola Mirza on

And I wonder how long it will be before all the Muslims realize how Jew-ish their whole religion is.


Great comedian

by Monda on

Thank you faryarm for posting this.  Has Omid ever expressed about his experiences as a Baha'i?