“Thank You – NO – Thank You” is what will be the general opinion of audiences if Aneez Bazmee keeps on churning one bad film after another in the name of comedies. Agreed, a fulltoo comedy like "No Entry" and "Welcome" were a big hit after a serious Deewangee. But you don’t over do it again and again and keep on churning trash after another. It was high time Bazmee realized this when “No Problem” failed to live upto audiences expectations. And you don’t rehash your own stuff atleast with a mix of other hits which audiences have seen umpteen times. Yes, Thank You is a mix of it all. It is like a Sundae ice-cream with layers of all these films - No Entry, No Problem, Masti, Biwi No.1, Shaadi No 1 etc. and topped it up with a remixed cult number Pyar Do Pyar Lo from Jaanbaaz - the cherry topping.
Based on infidelity, Thank You is a film about three lecherous husbands Raj (Bobby Deol), Vikram (Irrfan Khan) and Yogi (Suneil Shetty), big womanizers who openly cheat on their wives played by Sonam Kapoor, Rimi Sen and Celina Jaitly. Of them all Sanjana (Sonam) loves Raj too much but starts doubting him and deploys a detective agent Kishan (Akshay Kumar) to prove this. How he works towards proving Raj guilty and in the process exposes Vikram and Yogi too forms the crux of the film.
Seems this is one movie that Bazmee signed immediately after his successive hits like No Entry and Welcome. And had no time to write an original script that could have retained his fan following. This is where they majorly go wrong as they all set in to make hay while the sun shines. Moreover, the cast includes majorly all out of work actors that includes Bobby Deol, Suneil Shetty, Rimi Sen, Celina Jaitly which is a big non puller. And Akshay Kumar reigns supreme in delivering one flop after another these days. So one can also forget Akki's fans to rush to the theatres. Also after seeing Mallika “Hissss…” around so much clad scantily, her Pyar Do Pyar Lo number might not get her audiences wooing and loving her again. So much in the name of entertainment. In short, audiences may not “Welcome” this Bazmee flick and might opt for saying “Thank You – NO – Thank You”.