Thank You


Thank YouAfter the super duper success of ‘Welcome’ and ‘Singh Is King’, and are back with another laughter riot ‘’. The film falls in the line of extra-martial affairs with some funny instances like ‘Shaadi No 1’, ‘No Entry’. Though the script has resemblance to those flicks, thief-detective idea makes the story different from the usual track.

In many situations, took inspiration from his own film ‘No Entry’ but unfortunately he could not bring out the desired outcome. The film lacks freshness and looks very resembling to his earlier flicks. The first half was engrossing and makes the audience stick to their seats but the second half of the film is very much dragging and boring. At the end, you don’t know how to react.

The same old philosophies like ‘Ghar Ka murgi dal barabaar’ and ‘Men are dogs’ are used to describe certain situations. Nothing new can be drawn from the film.

Raj (), Vikram (Irrfan Khan) and Yogi (Sunil Shetty) takes their respective wives Sanjana () Karthika () and Radha (Celina Jaitley) for granted. Sanjana suspecting her husband Raj hires hires a flute-playing private detective Kishan (), who promises to teach the three loose husbands a tight lesson.  

The film has everything that a commercial comic drama contains, ‘naach-gaana’, rona-dhona’, comedy but nothing appealing.

Anees handled few comic scenes with sheer excellence. There are some genuine funny scenes which will makes the audience break into laughter.

Pritam's music is unimpressive. Ravi Yadav's cinematography is top-grade. Steven H. Bernard has done a good editing.

Speaking about performances, ’s comic timing is as par excellence. He was awesome and so is Irrfan Khan. He enacted his comic part really well. Sunil Shetty was just fine. was fine. In the ladies department, poorly performed; was the best among the ladies. She performed stupendously well. Celina Jaitley had only counted scenes. Mallika Sherawat fails to sizzle in the Razia item number.

In the nutshell, it is a poor show. Basically, after delivering hits like ‘Welcome’ and ‘Singh Is King’, one expects some high dosage of entertainment from Bazee-Akshay duo but the outcome was devastating.