Kanji Mehta is an atheist, who runs an antique shop. For him, god and religion are nothing more than a business proposition. One fine day, when a slight tremor of an earthquake shakes the city, it causes the destruction of only one shop in the entire city, Kanji's shop! However for just such a situation, he has taken out more than adequate insurance. But as they say, man proposes, god disposes, or in this case, Insurance company disposes; for the insurance companies possess a holistic shield against all such claims (i.e.) 'Act Of God'. Now, this 'act of god' is that fine print which is hardly ever read by the policy taker, but can be used by the insurance agency to deny any unwarranted claim. The insurance company invokes this act of god and promptly rejects the claim saying that 'earth-quake' is not a man made phenomenon, it can only be brought on by an 'act of god'. Frustrated, and left with no option, Kanji 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!