Ajay Devgn, Siddharth Malhotra and Rakul Preet Singh are the main characters in the movie Thank God. Karnataka's Hindu Janajagrati Samiti has demanded a ban on the film directed by Indra Kumar. A complaint has been lodged with the police against the director and the actors alleging that they have hurt religious sentiments.
The trailer of the film was released on September 9. After this, the Hindu Janajagrati Samiti came forward with criticism against the film. The trailer shows Chitragupta and Yaman in modern costumes. This is the basis for the boycott.
"The trailer shows mockery of Hindu Gods. We will never tolerate mockery of Chitragupta and Yamadev of Hinduism in the name of freedom of expression. Was the Censor Board sleeping until this trailer was released?" The organization demanded that the Censor Board not give the film a certificate. State and Union Home Ministries should ban the film as it offends religious sentiments. If not, we will protest on the streets - said Mohan Gowda, spokesperson of the Hindu Janajagrati Samiti. Also, the film's dialogues have also been criticized. Thank God hits theaters on October 25