Madhya Pradesh [India], September 21 (ANI): The education minister of Madhya Pradesh, Vishvas Sarang, on Tuesday wrote a letter to the Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Anurag Thakur regarding banning Ajay Devgn and Sidharth Malhotra's upcoming film 'Thank God'.
BJP leader, Vishvas Sarang, in his letter, claimed that the upcoming comedy film 'Thank God' has showcased an inappropriate depiction of Hindu gods.
Meanwhile, an official statement from the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting is still awaited.
Talking about the film, helmed by Indra Kumar 'Thank God' is an upcoming family entertainer film which stars Ajay Devgn, Sidharth Malhotra and Rakul Preet Singh in the lead role.
The film showcases the story of a common man (played by Sidharth Malhotra) who is almost dead after an accident and enters a world between life and death, where he meets Chirtagupt (played by Ajay Devgn) who plays a game of quiz with Sidharth Malhotra, which he calls the 'Game of Life'.
Recently the makers of the film unveiled the trailer and first song 'Manike' which received positive responses from the audience.
While Sidharth and Rakul will be seen as a fresh pair on-screen, this film marks Rakul's third collaboration with Ajay Devgn after 'De De Pyaar De' and 'Runway 34'. The film will be out in cinema halls on October 25 this year. (ANI)