Movie Review of Thugs of Hindostan, Watch Trailer

Here's what celebrities, critics and fans are saying about Thugs of Hindostan.

Aamir Khan & Amitabh Bachchan starrer, Thugs of Hindostan has finally hit the screens. The movie created quite a storm ahead of its release. However, only time will tell if the film lives up to the hype.

The film’s primary plot revolves around a band of thugs led by Amitabh’s character Khudabaksh whose motive is to gain freedom for India from the British Raj.

Thugs of Hindostan has been directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya, who has previously helmed the third installment of the Dhoom franchise, Dhoom 3. Apart from Aamir and Amitabh, the film stars Katrina Kaif, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Lloyd Owen in significant roles. The film has been produced by Aditya Chopra with music by Ajay-Atul.

Trade analysts pan Thugs of Hindostan:

Thugs of Hindostan is expected to create box office history

As Thugs of Hindostan releases during Diwali weekend, here’s looking at how other films have fared on Diwali in the past.

Watch the trailer of Thugs of Hindostan:

Thugs of Hindostan early reviews

Komal from shares, “The film starts well, very Game of Thrones vibes. But then comes the first song and ruins the great start.”

Aamir Khan is all praises for Katrina Kaif

“For Suraiyya, Prabhudheva was doing the choreography. When I saw the steps on the first day, I thought she won’t be able to match up with the moves. It was so difficult but she somehow manages to do everything. She is very hardworking. She cracks every move,” Aamir Khan shared.

Thugs of Hindostan ships

Thugs of Hindostan production designer Sumit Basu’s biggest challenge was to create two life-sized ships. They were designed in Mumbai for over a year, with another year spent constructing them in Malta, which is also where the scenes on the ship were shot.

“We weren’t only building ships but making a set, with enough space for the light and camera department, for the actors to run around. Very few films allow you to create a world of your own, to create an iconic image that the audience will remember,” Basu said.

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