- Thank God, the 2022 Hindi language film is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video store for rent
- The film is available for rent in Hindi audio language, with English subtitles
- Ajay Devgn, Sidharth Malhotra, and Rakul Preet Singh star in Thank God
Thank God, the Hindi-language Bollywood film was released in the theatres on October 25th 2022. The movie has a runtime of 2-hour runtime and received a mixed response from the critics, and it did not work very well at the box office. Thank God was officially announced on January 7, 2021, and the film’s principal photography commenced in Mumbai on January 21, 2021. The shooting of this Bollywood film wrapped a year later on January 11th 2022. Made on a budget of Rs. 50 crores, Thank God could only earn approx. Rs 48.92 crores at the ticket window. The movie is now available digitally for rent. Read along to know the deets of where you can stream it online.
Thank God OTT Release Date: When and where to watch the movie
After Ram Setu, Thank God is now available on the OTT platform Amazon Prime Video. for rent. The movie can be rented in UHD (Ultra High Definition) at Rs. 199. The movie is streaming in Hindi, and there is an option for English subtitles. For those OTT viewers who are unaware, rentals on Prime include thirty days to start streaming the video. But once the video is started, it should be finished within 48 hours.
Amazon Prime Video has run many movies on rent in the recent past. Movies such as K.G.F: Chapter 2 and Jurassic World Dominion were first available for rent on the OTT platform. Later, they were made available sans the rent for the platform subscribers. We expect that Thank God, too, will be available for Amazon subscribers soon.
Earlier reports had suggested that Thank God will be streaming soon on Netflix. However, the official announcement has now come and the movie is already streaming on Amazon for a rent.
Thank God Official Trailer
The official trailer of the movie dropped on YouTube on September 9th this year. The YouTube description of the trailer gives an insight into what to expect from the film. The description reads — “A man, full of all sins and confusion reaches to ‘Yamlok’, where Chitragupt offers him to play a game of life. Mr. Indra Kumar promises to put all the viewers on a hilarious rollercoaster ride with #ThankGod”.
Thank God Cast and Crew
The movie stars Ajay Devgn, Sidharth Malhotra, Rakul Preet Singh, Kiara Khanna, Kiku Sharda, Seema Pahwa, Kanwaljit Singh, Urmilla Kothare, Sumit Gulati, Mahesh Balraj, Pratik Dixit, Jitendra Kumar and Soundarya Sharma among others. Nora Fatehi and Sidharth Malhotra dance on the track ‘Manike’ in the film. Indra Kumar is the director, and Thank God is written by Aakash Kaushik and Madhur Sharma. Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Ashok Thakeria, Sunir Kheterpal, Deepak Mukut, Markand Adhikari, and Anand Pandit happen to be the producers. And the production companies are T-Series Films, Maruti International, Soham Rockstar, and Anand Pandit Motion Pictures. Amar Mohile is the music composer. And Aseem Bajaj is the cinematographer.
Thank God Storyline
Aayan Kapoor (Sidharth Malhotra) is a real estate businessman. He is egoistic. He is in huge debt. One day he meets with an accident, and he regains consciousness. He wakes up in heaven. In heaven, YD/ Yamdoot (Mahesh Balraj) and Chitragupt (Ajay Devgn), offer him a chance to return to Earth. But for that, Aayan has to play a game called the Game of Life. How Aayan plays the game and he can return back to his family, and his life is the crux of the plot. Rakul Preet Singh essays the character of Ruhi Kapoor (Aayan’s wife). Thank God is an official remake of a Danish film titled Sorte Kugler (What Goes Around), a 2009 movie.
Thank God Review
Critics and viewers gave the film a mediocre response. The critics hailed Thank God as a family entertainer and even appreciated Ajay Devgn’s performance in the movie. Some even thought the movie was fun. The makers’ effort to share a valuable message, along with light-hearted moments, was appreciated. However, some reviewers also mentioned that the film has too many emotions packed, making it preachy at places.