Thank God for the box office, as the movie starring Sidharth Malhotra and Ajay Devgn made 8.10 crore rupees on its first day in India. Rakul Preet Singh is also featured in the movie.
The domestic box office performance of the movie Thank God, starring Sidharth Malhotra and Ajay Devgn, was not very strong. The movie, which debuted in theatres on October 25, made 8.10 crore in India on its first day of sales. During the Diwali vacation, the movie was dependent on spot bookings. Indra Kumar is in charge of directing the family comedy.
In the movie Thank God, Sidharth Malhotra plays a self-centered man who gets into an accident and ends up in “Yamlok.” Ajay Devgn’s Chitragupta promises him a second chance at life in exchange for participating in a game. In addition to Sidharth and Ajay, Rakul Preet Singh plays the lead in the movie.
Film industry expert Taran Adarsh shared a poster for the day one collection on Twitter on Wednesday. He noted: “Thank God, during the huge Diwali holiday, we fully relied on spot bookings… Even though the first day’s business was not in line with the names associated with it, it picked up speed in the evening. Needs to develop or advance throughout the lengthy weekend… Tuesday’s revenue in India was 8.10 crore.”
Runway 34 was where Ajay was last seen. On its first day, the movie brought in 3 crores at the domestic box office. Amitabh Bachchan, Rakul Preet Singh, Boman Irani, Angira Dhar, and Aakanksha Singh also appear in the movie.
The Hindustan Times’ review of Thank God stated, “While the film is entertaining enough as basic mainstream comedies go, Thank God is forgettable storytelling of the first order at a time when Hindi cinema has never been under more pressure to put up a substantial theatrical experience.” Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Ashok Thakeria, Sunir Kheterpal, Deepak Mukut, Anand Pandit, and Markand Adhikari are the producers of Thank God. Yash Shah is a co-producer of it.
Sidharth recently discussed Thank God in an interview with the news organisation PTI. “It is not a comedy where you should leave your intellect at home. His heart and mind are in the correct places, according to the movie. By the end, it’s attempting to make a point. It discusses your relationships, life, career, and Karma. It’s something that awakens consciousness in you and prompts amusing thought patterns. I was therefore pleased to receive such a script from a director with such a wealth of industry knowledge “says he.
GIPHY App Key not set. Please check settings