Thank God, starring Sidharth Malhotra, Ajay Devgn, and Rakul Preet Singh, comes just a day after Diwali to give you a dose of entertainment. The movie has been garnering good responses since the trailer came out as it packs a nice punch of comedy and emotions. Ajay Devgn and Sidharth Malhotra make for a refreshing and pretty entertaining duo. Read our Thank God review before booking your tickets.
The game of life and death
Ayaan Kapoor (Sidharth Malhotra) is a broker who has been trying to sell a house for the past six months but hasn’t been able to make a sale. This has left him in a pretty tight financial spot, and if he doesn’t crack this deal, he’ll end up on the streets. Meanwhile, his wife Ruhi (Rakul Preet Singh) is a police officer with a stable job who is running the household single-handedly. This makes Ayaan feel the pressure and also makes him envious of Ruhi as he wanted to be a police officer in the first place but couldn’t make it. And in the middle of all this, Ayaan meets with an unfortunate accident and ends up at the lair of CG aka Chitragupta (Ajay Devgn). This is where all his good and bad deeds will be calculated to see if he goes to hell, heaven, or back to earth.
But it isn’t easy because Ayaan will have to play the game of life and pass all the tests. And mind you, CG is the taskmaster, and on failing or winning a task, the audience members give Ayaan white and black balls respectively. So, whichever jar fills first and spills decides his fate which is currently hanging by a thread.
The comic timings and emotions take you on a fun ride
Ajay Devgn and Sidharth Malhotra make for a great duo as both of them are quite entertaining together. And CG’s modern avatar with all the VFX is pretty spot-on and catchy. From cracking jokes to making Ayaan realise what all he has done with his time on earth, CG quite literally takes his case. You may need to not use your logic and brain so much because it could make it a hit-and-miss. But overall, it is packed with punches.
Great performances and chemistry
Golden boy Sidharth Malhotra has a refreshing and quirky role that is quite different from his other roles. But he does complete justice to Ayaan and makes for an entertaining character overall. Along with him, Ajay Devgn compliments Sid and shines bright in this emotional comedy ride as Chitragupta. And as always, he is an absolute treat to watch. Rakul Preet also pulls off her role as Ruhi the cop/wife/mom and doesn’t disappoint.
Thank God takes you on a fun ride and makes for a pretty decent family watch. It does have its highs and lows but the interesting storyline makes for most of it. So, if you’re looking for a Diwali dhamaka, you can definitely give this film a shot. Thank God is now playing in cinemas near you.
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