In times when comedy is being redefined with balanced and energizing sense of humor, the tastes of Anees Bazmee have reduced the importance of it to the old school of comedy. Anees had fallen short to insert some originality in the basic storyline which he had already showcased in NO ENTRY. Although nothing major happens in the 1st half, the story gets somewhat better in the 2nd half. However just when is about to come an end, the story starts prolonging with Raj and Sanjana's sad-sad relationship which is further followed by a shabby and humdrum flashback story of Akshay Kumar. Although Bazmee’s direction is admirable and he does manage to keep the viewers involved and entertained throughout.
The basic problem is not only poor humor but the script is totally unnatural to the extent that every scene tries to wrap up the previous one which results into an absolute chaos. There’s also one major negative aspect about the script is that the three friends cheat on their wives but their guiltiness is not properly visible to the viewers and had not properly handled.
As there is not much originality in the script, there are also some continuity jerks and the slapstick is on par enjoyable.
On the whole it’s an average entertainer and the audiences will at least have a smile on their faces while leaving the theatres. It will be liked more by the masses than the classes. Thank You ends up as time-pass fare.