Thank God Movie Review: Director Indra Kumar is back with another entertaining comedy drama | Newmoviereviews

Thank God Movie Review: Aakash Kaushik & Madhur Sharma deserve credit for an engaging 2nd half 

Director: Indra Kumar

Thank God Cast:

Ajay Devgn, Sidharth Malhotra, Rakul Preet, Kiara Khanna, Seema Pahwa, Kiku Sharda

Release Date & Box Office Collection:

Thank God was released in theatres on 25th October 2022 & has a box office collection of Rs. 21.55 crore after 4 day’s business in India.

Thank God Movie Review: Story

The story of Thank God begins with Ayan Kapoor (Sidharth Malhotra) a real estate king who is looking for a loan because he earned a lot of black money & demonetization left him with no other option but to sell his own house to pay the debt amount of 16 crores.

In such a bad phase of life, he met with an accident & arrives in front of Yamdoot (Mahesh Balraj). Quite obviously he was not ready to believe the people around him but Chitragupt aka CG (Ajay Devgn) appears & convinces him with proof. CG also convinces Ayan to play the game of life & the result of the game will decide his life or death.

Yamdoot introduces us to Ayan’s family including his mother (Seema Pahwa), his wife Ruhi Kapoor (Rakul Preet Singh) who is a police officer, his daughter Pihu (Kiara Khanna), his father (Kanwaljeet Singh) & his elder sister (Urmilla Kothare). What will be the result of this game? Will Ayan get back his life or he will be sent to hell?

Thank God Movie Review: Performances & Analysis

Thank God marks director Indra Kumar’s comeback after 3 years since his previous movie Total Dhamaal was released in 2019. This is also his 4th collaboration with Ajay Devgn after Ishq, Masti, & Total Dhamaal and his first collaboration with Sidharth Malhotra & Rakul Preet Singh. Indra Kumar aces the art of storytelling to keep you engaged with a few good comedy scenes as well as emotional scenes.

I believe writers Aakash Kaushik & Madhur Sharma deserve full credit for an engaging 2nd half. Until the twist, in the second half, the story was looking unexciting. 

Ajay Devgn is brilliant in an extended cameo as CG. Sidharth Malhotra as Ayan Kapoor looks okay barring a few scenes where his expressions and dialogue deliveries were not up to the mark.

Rakul Preet Singh as Ruhi Kapoor did not get much screen time but looks convincing and I feel her character deserved some more focus, along with her chemistry with Sidharth Malhotra.

The music composers Tanishk Bagchi, Rochak Kohli, & Chamath Sangeeth did a fantastic job. Amar Mohile who has also provided the background score for SooryavanshiRunway 34, Khuda Haafiz, Laxmii, Mumbai Saga, & Bhuj: The pride of India, did a good job in Thank God too.

Final Words:

Director Indra Kumar’s comedy-drama Thank God is good for a one-time watch with some funny scenes in the first half and some emotional scenes in the second half & you will enjoy the remake of ManikeMage Hithe sung by Yohani & Dil De Diya Hai by Anand Raj Anand.

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