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Overall Thank You Rating: 1.71/5

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Ratings:1/5 Reviewer:Rajeev Masand Site:IBNLive

There’s no polite way to say this – director Anees Bazmee’s ‘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  dialogues and slapstick gags to deliver yet another unmistakably sleazy comedy.What you take back with you as you leave the cinema in the end, is the repugnant image of these four male actors – each well into his 40s – slobbering over blondes half their age. They’re dirty old men, and ‘Thank You’ is a dirty little picture.I’m going with one out of five for director Anees Bazmee’s ‘Thank You’. Be smart, exercise your right to say no!

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Ratings:2/5 Reviewer:Taran Adarsh Site:BollywoodHungama

While the first hour of THANK YOU is thoroughly enjoyable and you genuinely feel that Bazmee is in his element, the second hour – which should’ve been superior – is agonizing and intolerable. The writing goes topsy-turvy in this hour, so much so that when you exit the auditorium, it’s not with a smile, but a smirk. On the whole, THANK YOU has a thoroughly entertaining first hour, besides Akshay-Irrfan’s funny acts as its aces, but the weak writing in its post-interval portions throws a spanner in the works. What could’ve been an honest take on dishonesty fails to leave a mark eventually. After WELCOME and SINGH IS KINNG, one expected Bazmee and Akshay to get it right for the third time, but THANK YOU foils the chances of a hat-trick. Thumbs Down!

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 Ratings:2.5/5 Reviewer:Nikhat Kazmi Site:TimesOfIndia

 Thank You ends up as timepass fare, although it isn’t as rollicking as No Entry. The first half of the film seems to be an exercise in nothingness and has you fidgeting in your seat as you try to look for the rare laughs in a script that is supposed to be funny. The bit-on-the-side sequences of the three husbands are hardly hilarious nor does the fuming wives club set the screen ablaze with hysteria. It is only in the second half that the film acquires form and substance and has you grinning at certain goof-ups.So what’s funny about Thank You? It’s the guys who reiterate the worn-out cliche that fidelity isn’t an intrinsic part of male physiology. Add to this the high production values — glitzy locales, jazzy styling — and Pritam’s pop numbers and you have a film that can be an average weekend getaway.

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Ratings:1/5 Reviewer:Raja Sen Site:Rediff

Anees Bazmee’s latest film Thank You goes nowhere, and takes forever to, um, not get there.Frequently the film, like leading man Kumar, doesn’t even bother with the attempt of being funny. And perhaps it really is high time we the audience stopped paying multiplex prices to watch Akshay Kumar go to his gym.The story is template Bazmee: three wives decide to teach their straying husbands a lesson. Enter a private detective –specialising in husband-rehabilitation — who, after raking the three husbands over the coals through the film, decides to eventually let Worst Husband Ever off the hook because said husband has now turned homicidal.Suniel Shetty is the best thing in this film.Too bad he’s the only one. Call me ungrateful but, in a nutshell, no thank you.

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Ratings:1.5/5 Reviewer:Anupama Chopra Site:NDTV

Anees Bazmee’s last film No Problem ended with a Gorilla letting out a gargantuan fart. So as I walked into Thank You, I figured, things can only go uphill from there. But clearly I underestimated Bazmee’s capacity for creating witless, soul-sucking cinema.Thank You is almost in the same league as No Problem. I say almost because Irrfan, who plays the domineering, philandering husband Vikram, brings a sliver of dignity and fun into the proceedings.This threadbare plot is an excuse for moronic gags, desperate hamming, a sleazy display of flesh and endless cringe-inducing dialogue like: mard ka nature hai ki bacche apne ache lagte hain aur biwiyan auron ki.

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Ratings:2/5 Reviewer:Aniruddha Guha Site:DNA

But where does Thank You fit in? Somewhere between Singh Is Kinng and No Problem. The good news is: there’s no gorilla farting here .Thank You leaves you with a slightly milder headache.What’s the story? You’ve watched Masti? Or even No Entry. Chances are you haven’t seen that David Dhawan classic, Shaadi No 1. The plot doesn’t change. Philandering husbands, regressive wives, busty women, lusty men. You get the drift.But what can a Kumar or a Khan do, when there’s no script. Go through the motions, of course. Question is: do YOU want to?

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Ratings:2/5 Reviewer:Pankaj Sabnani Site:Glamsham

Anees Bazmee fails to add freshness in a plot which he already showcased in NO ENTRY. All that you get here is busty women, copious songs and humdrum sequences. It also propagates the ‘Men are dogs’ and ‘Women are dumb’ philosophies. While nothing significant happens in the first half, the narrative gets slightly better post the interval. But just when you feel the end credits are about to roll, it starts dragging.There are some genuine funny scenes However, they are far from a providing a satiating experience. Annes Bazmee should perhaps say ‘sorry’ for offering nothing new in THANK YOU. Watch it for Irrfan, if you must.

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