Once Ajay Devgn bounces back to work he will have three films demanding his attention which includes Kaithi remake, Thank God and pending shoot of Maidaan. Out of the lot, the actor has decided to spring into action with Indra Kumar‘s Thank God. The comedy also features Sidharth Malhotra and Rakul Preet Singh. According to a report by MidDay, the actor will be preparing for a September shoot of the film which is inspired by 2009’s Danish comedy, Sorte Kugler.
Come September, the first schedule will be conducted at a set in Mumbai, in adherence with the safety guidelines. A chunk of the movie has to be shot in the United Kingdom; the makers will chalk out the foreign leg once the international travel restrictions are lifted. The project was to originally go on floors on April 10, but was impacted by the lockdown.
After finishing up the first stint of Thang God, Ajay will start working for the final schedule of Maidaan in November.
Though the main idea is loosely inspired by Sorte Kugler, the source claims that Thank God has been adapted to match the sensibility of the Indian audience. He said— “Devgn will play a bitter and bankrupt middle-aged man, who gets a new lease of life after a car crash. Sidharth’s character changes his outlook on life.”