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Thank You
Husbands will be sorry...Wives say thank you!

Thank You

Hindi, Malayalam
12 Jun, 2013
1 hrs 43 mins
215 votes
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Raj, Yogi and Vikram - best friends, business partners, serial womanizers and happily married! Happy, because their lovely wives have no clue that their husbands cheat on them with every pretty young thing they can lay their eyes on. This picture perfect world is rocked when Raj`s wife, Sanjana begins to suspect her husband and hires the suave private detective, Kishan, to tail him. Kishan has built his reputation as a man who saves marriages by getting erring husbands to mend their ways. In this particular case, however, his overwhelming attraction towards Sanjana means he may not be acting in her best interest! What follows is a crazy cat and mouse game, with Kishan trying to catch the husbands with their pants down literally and them attempting to just stay outside his grasp. This laugh a minute comic caper will have you in splits, continuing with the signature comic style you have come to expect from the maker of No Entry, Welcome and Singh Is Kinng.
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Theres no polite way to say this director Anees Bazmees Thank You is an awful, awful film. Five writers are credited with having worked on the script, and yet all they could come up with is a moronic plot about three women who hire a detective to expose their cheating husbands. Bazmee dips into his seemingly never-ending vault of sexist dialogues and slapstick gags to deliver yet another unmistakably sleazy comedy. ...Read full review
Anees Bazmee seems to be re-visiting familiar terrain with his new film. Thank You is heavily inspired by his earlier comic caper, No Entry, where Salman Khan had the onerous task of curing a motley group of errant husbands from their chronic infidelity. This time, it is Akshay Kumar who wields the baton - or is it the flute - to underscore the sanctity of the institution of marriage. Is this a case of playing safe for the director who has recently burned his hands at the box office or is it a drought of story ideas that seems to be Bollywood`s biggest scourge? ...Read full review
Mard kutte hote hain. The film repeats this line every now and then. So we must. Men are dogs. Dogs. Born to stray. Hoof. Hoof. ...Read full review