Indra Kumar directed Thank God, a movie slated to be released on October 24, 2022 coinciding Diwali, stars Sidharth Malhotra, Ajay Devgn, Rakul Preet Singh, Noora Fatehi. The makers organised a trailer show for fans, where Malhotra and Kumar were present.
It seems Boycott gang is after every upcoming film, trying and urging people not to watch. They say that they don’t find the scene of Chitragupta (Ajay Devgn’s role) and Hindu deities suitable where it shows them in a ridiculed way.
One said, “Are Hindu gods for Bollywood for jokes, obscenities? In Thank God, Ajay Devgan has become Lord Chitragupta, behind whom are girls wearing less clothes. He is discussing lust, lousy jokes. Are Hindu gods clowns.” Another stated, “In the name of Hindu and in the name of Hindu God, stop obscenity, nudity, mockery and showing false facts about them.”
Recently released films like Laal Singh Chaddha, Raksha Bandhan also became victims of Boycott Gang and failed at the Box-Office. They seem to now target Thank God, creating obstacles in the release and success of every film. The pattern to boycott is quite conspicuous, which is unnecessarily stopping the art and comedy to discover.