Thank God Review: Ajay Devgn-Sidharth Malhotra’s Film Is A Decent Family Entertainer

Thank God Review

On the occasion of Diwali, two big Bollywood movies are released. Akshay Kumar’s Ram Setu and Ajay Devgn – Sidharth Malhotra starer Thank God. Ram Setu is an adventurous ride, while Thank God is a funny and decent family entertainer. Ajay Devgn and director Indra Kumar collaborated once again for Thank God.


Thank God Story

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Ayaan Kapoor (Sidharth Malhotra) is an egoistic real state person who suffered a loss after the demonization. He is on the verge of selling his bungalow because of the financial losses. He lives with his wife Ruhi Kapoor (Rakul Preet Singh) and their daughter Pihu (Kiara Khanna). Ayaan becomes irritated for every small things.

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One day, while he was driving a car, he met with an accident. When he opens the eyes, he is in the company of Chitragupt, CG (Ajay Devgn) and Yamdoot YD (Mahesh Balraj).

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CG informs him that he is physically in hospital. To survive, he has to play the ‘Life of Game’ and come out with flying colors. If he looses he will be thrown into hell, if he wins, he will survive. What will happen next? Will Ayaan Kapoor win the game of life? Watch the film to find out.


Thank God Review

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The writers Aakash Kaushik and Madhur Sharma kept the script and story simple. The plot is predictable. Director Indra Kumar has directed it neatly with many funny moments and a strong message about karma. The dialogues are well-written. The background score sticks to the story and compliments the story quite well. The couple of songs are recreated, Manike Mage Hithe of Sri Lankan singer Yohani Diloka De Silva and Dil De Diya Hai from Masti. Honestly, only these two songs are amazing, rest you many not even remember.

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Talking about the performances, Ajay Devgn played his role decently. We have seen him in much more powerful roles than Thank God. Sidharth Malhotra did a good job as Ayaan and he looked more impressive in his performance. Rakul Preet Singh as usual looked gorgeous and played the part with sincerity. The film will remind of the 90s films as it has the flavor of 90s.

Overall, Thank God is a decent family entertainer with a beautiful message about the importance of the family. We give the film 3.5 stars out of 5. Both Ram Setu and Thank God are family entertainers with the first being more adventurous while the latter is funny. You can watch it with your family as per your like.

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