Director : Amar Mohile, Himesh Reshammiya
Genre : comedy, drama
Our rating :
If you like to waste your precious time and money on things that are not so useful, you can use it to invest in purchasing the tickets of "Thank God". Thank God was released on October 25. Starring Ajay Devgn, Sidharth Malhotra and Rakul Preet Singh. After watching the trailer which already made me believe that the movie is not even going to be liked by the die-hard fans of Sidharth Malhotra, it became a box-office disaster.
The story is about Ayan Kapoor (Sidharth Malhotra) who gets into an accident and finds himself in a place that looks unrealistic. There he meets Lord Chitragupt (Ajay Devgn), where CG asks Ayan to play a game of life and death, giving him a chance to save his life.
The story is good enough but the acting will make you regret watching the movie. Talking about Sidharth Malhotra who always fails to give his best expressions to the dialogues he is delivering, lacks in providing justice to the character of Ayan. There is a funny scene in the film where Ayan's wife Ruhi (gorgeous Rakul Preet Singh, despite playing a small role) is supposed to accuse him of lying. She says something like "tumhari expression se toh nahin lagta" - as if she was talking to the actor, not the character. This made me laugh out loud.
As per the script, it was supposed to be a movie that connects the audience with the harsh reality of the world we are living in. But, it fails to do so because of the actors who lack to give justice to the characters. Well, I have successfully wasted the 2 hours and 10 minutes of my life by watching this film. If you don't wish to waste yours, go and re-watch something you like.
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