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This is the first time Ajay Devgn and Sidharth Malhotra have collaborated, and we must say the netizens are impressed. Thank God, like Ram Setu, was mired in controversy long before its release. Several people claimed that the film depicted Hindu gods in an inappropriate way. Ajay Devgn’s character name was later changed as a result of this. On twitter movie received good reviews for the story of family drama.
Regarding the film, Thank God is based on the 2009 Norwegian film Sorte Kugler, which is about a greedy, obnoxious man who finds himself in a ‘Game of Life’ after an accident. He is told that if he wins the game with a deity who is an account keeper of Karmas, he will be able to live his life again, but if he loses, he will be sent to hell. In today’s world, I really liked the concept of Chitragupt because people can easily relate to the film.
After an accident, a man full of sins and confusion arrives at “Yamlok.” When he arrives, he meets CG aka Chitragupt, who plays a life game with him in order to make him realise the deeds he committed on Earth. His encounter with CG awakens him to certain truths, but will he act on them? Will he change his ways?
Ajay Devgn is fantastic as CG aka Chitragupt. His job is to punish and reward humans based on their karma; he is essentially a judge who will decide whether a person can live free or within four walls. Ajay as the modern CG looks fantastic. Ajay’s presence as Chitragupt will make you believe that this is how a Chitragupt would look in real life, minus the sexy tuxedo and neatly trimmed beard, from his stance, heavy voice, and intense gaze. Ajay steals the show and appears to be the film’s only saving grace.
Sidharth Malhotra plays Ayaan Kapoor, a bankrupt real estate agent who is condemned to Chitragupt purgatory. He is a greedy man filled with jealousy, pride, lust, and other emotions. He realises his mistakes in life after visiting Chitragupt’s purgatory. Sidharth Malhotra tries his hand at a light comedy film after the huge success of Shershaah, and he does a decent job. Sidharth still needs a lot of work in the comedy department because it appears forced and overly effortful. Overall, he gives a good performance in terms of the plot.
Rakul Preet Singh portrays cop Ruhi Kapoor, Ayaan Kapoor’s wife. Rakul She doesn’t do much, but she does a good job with the limited screen time she has. Rakul and Sidharth’s chemistry was a flop.
Thank God for a lighthearted watch that teaches life lessons. Thank God is reportedly a remake of the Norwegian film ‘Sorte Kugler.’