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The movie ‘Thank God,’ starring Ajay Devgn and Sidharth Malhotra, has been sued in Uttar Pradesh

The film's trailer, according to the petition, mocks religion and offended religious sentiments. Petition will be taken down on November 18. Ajay Devgn, Sidharth Malhotra, and director Indra Kumar are named defendants.

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Shweta Routh
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Shweta Routh is a third-year student at KIIT University's School of Mass Communication. Her ambition is to become a good journalist and serve her country. She is a classical dancer who enjoys meeting new people and trying new things. * Views are personal

“Thank God,” a film starring Ajay Devgn and Sidharth Malhotra, had legal issues. Ajay Devgn, Siddharth Malhotra, and director Indra Kumar have all been named defendants in a lawsuit brought by attorney Himanshu Srivastava in a Jaunpur court. On November 18, the petitioner’s statement will be taken down. The film’s recently released trailer, according to the petitioner, mocks religion and has offended religious sentiments.

In his petition, Srivastava claimed that Ajay Devgn, who is dressed in a suit, can be seen acting the part of Chitragupta, and in one scene, he can be seen making jokes and using foul language “As the Lord of Karma, Chitragupta keeps a record of a person’s good and bad deeds.” As it hurts religious sentiments, such representations of Gods may lead to unpleasant situations, “stated the petition.

The film’s lengthy three-minute trailer opens with Sidharth’s character being involved in a car accident before entering a game of life hosted by Chitragupt, played by Ajay; Chitragupt counts all of his flaws before deciding whether or not to send him to hell or heaven based on the results of the game.

Nora Fatehi, who portrays an “apsara” in the trailer, is also shown to check Sidharth for “vasana” or “lust.” The next thing that is heard is Ajay saying, “Parayi aurat ko behen aur maa ki nazar se dekhna chahiye.”

Ajay, who is renowned for the forceful way he delivers dialogue, also asks Sidharth in the trailer, “Tum jaante ho insaano ki sabse badhi galti kya hai? When compared to bhagwaan’s “ek nahi maante,” tum bhagwaan ko toh maante ho

The “Singham” actor makes a joke at the end of the trailer, which makes Sidharth look confused.

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