Thugs Of Hindostan Movie
Must Watch Thugs Of Hindostan Is A Clash Of Clans
Thugs of Hindostan is the most awaited movie of the year because of its huge budget, lead characters, story, screenplay, dialogue and relation with the Hindustan.
It is 1795, and the Hindustan is under the colonial rule of the British Empire. The Hindustanis are trying their best to get freedom from the English rule but all their attempts are crushed with brute force except that of a band of thugs led by Khudabaksh Azaad (Amitabh Bachchan).
The British see Khudabaksh Azaad a challenge to their rule because he can’t be bribed or crushed with power. A British commander, John Clive (Lloyd Owen) hatches a nefarious plan to crush the band of thugs from inside. According to the plan, a small-time thug from Awadh, Firangi Mallah (Amir Khan), hired and sent to the band of Khudabaksh Azaad to counter the threat to the British Empire.
Highlights of the movie:
- The most expensive movie ever – INR 300 crore (US $42 Million)
- Two lead actors – Amitabh Bachchan and Amir Khan
- Maritime war story makes it different from other pre-independence movies
- Dialogue delivery by lead characters
- The budget, actors and screenplay makes it a visual treat
Thugs of Hindostan First Look & Poster
The poster has the lead characters – Amitabh Bachchan and Amir Khan brandishing their swords and Fatima Sana Shaikh taking aim with her bow. Katrina Kaif is also showing her dance moves on the poster. She’s playing the role of a dancer and performer.
Why watch the movie?
There are many reasons to watch Thugs of Hindostan. Followers of Amitabh Bachchan and Amir Khan won’t want to miss the opportunity of seeing their favorite actors in the roles of thugs. The story is another reason to watch the movie.
- Amitabh Bachchan and Amir Khan working together for the first time
- Amitabh Bachchan suffered back pain due to bulky clothing and difficult stunts
- For the first time, a movie is edited on a theater screen instead of computers
- Jackie Shroff opted out of the movie due to time constraints