Thank God Review: The out-of-the-box comedy is a fantastical humour ride that will take you on a hilarious and thrilling adventure that you may have not seen in a Bollywood movie so far. Easily, one of the best comedies to come out this year.
Thank God Review Rating: 4/5
Thank God Cast: Ajay Devgn, Sidharth Malhotra, Rakul Preet Singh, Kiku Sharda, Kiara Khanna, Seema Pahwa, Urmila Kothare, Sumit Gulati, Soundarya Sharma, Nora Fatehi
Thank God Director: Indra Kumar
Thank God Writers: Aakash Kaushik, Madhur Sharma
Thank God Story: Ayaan Kapoor, a debt-ridden real estate agent who believes everything in his life goes wrong meets with an unfortunate accident and ends up appearing in front of the Chitragupta (Ajay Devgn), who gives him a choice to play a game of life in which if he wins he will be sent back to Earth and if he loses he will be sent to hell. The movie then continues this storyline further with certain twists and turns. Thank God is inspired by a Norwegian film called Sorte Kugler.
Thank God Review
Thank God is one of those movies that will require you to leave all the wisdom and hard thinking behind as it’s a no-brainer family entertainer that’s filled with hilarity and insanely funny remarks and actions. Indra Kumar’s directorial has it all to be the year’s most successful comedy. A comedy like never before with fresh concepts and ideas of a unique game makes it a must-watch in the theatres.
Ajay Devgn is as usual fantastic in his role. He is back with a bang and has easily transitioned from being a stern pilot in Runway 34 to being a fun-loving God who you will find hilarious and fascinating in Thank God. Sidharth Malhotra’s last feature film Shershaah was so big a hit that the actor had to do something which would get him out of that particular image from people’s minds. We believe that by choosing to do this quirky role Sidharth has shined brightly.
Rakul Preet is turning everything into magic these days. She was phenomenal in Cuttputlli and Doctor G and once again she is just pure magic and her charm will leave you awestruck. We definitely wanna see more of her in the upcoming years. Kiku Sharda is brilliant with his comedy while the other supporting cast has also done a fine job with their roles.
The music well compliments the story but sometimes feels a bit lacklustre. That is perhaps the only aspect that we don’t like about the film. However, neglecting that it’s a good entertainer that deserves a watch in the theatres.