Podcast: Do I Like Thank God

Thank God isn’t a film of logic or science, it is purely based on emotion and pathos.

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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.

Tune into this episode to listen to my full review.


Still from Thank God

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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.

In life, things happen. And even if nothing happens, that’s something happening. So, on this show, we talk about things that happen. We get an esteemed panel of highly jobless people to answer the million-dollar question: Do I Like It?

Now ‘It’ can be a movie, a song, a gadget, or the latest viral trend. But the question remains the same. So, if you like listening to people talk about things, tune in, and we’ll tell you: Do I Like It?

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Topics:  Thank God   Siddharth Malhotra   Ajay Devgn 

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