If there was a modern rendition of the 'Adarsh Balak' posters from the 90s in the form of a film, Thank God would be it. Starring Siddharth Malhotra and Ajay Devgn, this Indra Kumar directorial tests the morality of Ayaan Kapoor, a real estate broker.
Thank God isn’t a film of logic or science, it is purely based on emotion and pathos and in a story like that, predictability can have an adverse effect.
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The women in Thank God act as mere tools for the film’s flawed moral messaging to come through. Even the film’s attempt at challenging its own misogyny is so surface-level that it doesn’t have the effect it intends to.
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