Thank You

Thank You

3.6 1,304 Ratings

Directed by : Anees Bazmee

Release Date : | Length : 139 Minutes

  • MJ Rating 1.5/5
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plot

Raj, Yogi and Vikram best friends, serial womanizers and happily married! Happy, because their wives have no clue that their husbands cheat on them. Their world is rocked when Rajs wife, Sanjana begins to suspect him and hires a private detective, Kishan-a man who saves marriages by getting erring husbands to mend their ways...more

Verdict

“Same old story with minimal laughs & no extraordinary performances. Say 'No Thank You' to this one.”

Thank You Credit & Casting

Akshay Kumar

Thank You Box Office

  • Gross: INR 45.03 cr.
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Thank You Audience Review

No Thank You!

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It's all said and done so many times that audience is now bored of this typical storyline where wives try to teach their unfaithful husbands a lesson. Another thing that we are bored of is Akshay Kumar doing same kind of scripts every time; his jokes, action, performance has become so clichd that he really needs to give something fresh to the viewers NOW.

Despite of keeping 'Mr. Singh is King' in his flick, Aneez Bazmee's 'Thank You' will not do much on Box Office. The problem is not only with the worn-out thought but also with the script, as there is nothing new in it.

The only surprise element was Mr. Shetty, who was like a house-on-fire! He was the only one who kept the movie going for me. After a long time he is seen in a movie and got to say he enjoyed doing it. His slapstick comedy definitely did improve the momentum of the film and added good humour to it.

Speaking of the three leading ladies; Sonam Kapoor did not fit the role she was given, Rimi Sen was average and Celina Jaitely had least to do. Our males ; Irrfan Khan was good in his very own 'clueless' acting and undoubtedly nobody can surpass him on that, Akshay Kumar was not that effective, he needs to give something better & audience is bored of watching 'the same old him' and Bobby Deol urgently need some lessons on 'how to do a comedy film' before we get another disaster from him.

Footer: Sunil Shetty stole the show but it's sad to see that none of the other actors supported him else audiences would surely have said 'Thank You' to the film-makers.