Thank You is a sorry mess, where the only one who looks as if he is playing a part, as opposed to working on vacation, is Irrfan Khan. He brings some zing to the role, but is all too soon pushed aside by Akshay Kumar's massive ego. If there is one actor determined to commit career suicide it is he. He is playing characters that get more regressive and infantile with each passing movie. That it is accompanied by a rise in remuneration is a sad comment on the state of the film industry today-desperately in search of a star vehicle which will bring in as much money as is invested.
Sonam Kapoor plays Deol's wife and looks thoroughly emaciated-girl, get some food into you. Celina Jaitley walks in and out of the film, surely on her way to and from the shopping mall. And Rimi Sen is somewhat amusing as the much put-upon wife of Irrfan Khan.
What are we to make of the film? That men will never be honest to women and that women will never stand up for themselves. And that Akshay Kumar will keep acting in nonsense and producers will keep picking up the tab? And that we will laugh at anything involving grown up men making asses of themselves? Ah well.
BTW: What is the Vidya Balan doing at the tail end of the film? She appears in Dum Maaro Dum as well. She really must stop playing the dead wife. We need her alive and well in complete roles.