Ajay Devgn, Rakul Preet Singh and Sidharth Malhotra to star in Indra Kumar's comedy-drama 'Thank God'
New Delhi| Jagran News Desk: Bollywood actors Ajay Devgn, Sidharth Malhotra and Rakul Preet Singh are all set to star in Indra Kumar's directorial Thank God produced by Bhushan Kumar. Taking to Twitter, the makers announced that the actors will star in the slice-of-life comedy film.
The film will mark the first collaboration of Ajay Devgn and Sidharth Malhotra while Rakul Preet has worked with the former in De De Pyaar De co-starring Tabu. The film will go on the floors on 21st January this year.
Happy to announce our next film, #ThankGod - a slice of life comedy starring @ajaydevgn, @SidMalhotra & @Rakulpreet. Directed by @Indra_kumar_9, the film is set to go on floors from 21st January 2021. The movie will give a sweet message to the audience, stay tuned! pic.twitter.com/hoX0c6xlo9— T-Series (@TSeries) January 7, 2021
Talking about the film, it is going to tickle viewers funny bones and will also deliver a sweet message at the end which is said to be relatable in today's world.
As per Times of India, director Indra Kumar said, "We have been waiting for a long time to begin the shoot and finally we will start on 21st of January, 'Thank God!' (laughs). It is an entertaining slice of life comedy with a message and I am quite excited to be working again with Ajay Devgn whom I've known since so many years along with the young guns Siddharth and Rakul. I'm also happy to join hands with Bhushan Kumar and the T-Series team, hopefully, it all goes well as we have taken all the precautions necessary! Looking forward to a great 2021."
While producer Bhushan Kumar said that the film Thank God is an interesting and entertaining script. It is a hardcore commercial laughter riots and for him, it is a pleasure that he is collaborating with Indra Kumar and Ashok Thakeria on this project. He further praised Ajay Devgn and said, "I have worked with Ajay Sir and he aces this genre while Sidharth and Rakul will show their fans something new with Thank", as per Times of India.
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