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Thugs of Hindostan

8 Nov, 2018
2 hrs 45 mins
154,032 votes
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Vijay Krishna Acharya (Victor), the writer-director of the all-time YRF blockbuster Dhoom:3, teams up once again with Aamir Khan in Thugs of Hindostan along with Amitabh Bachchan to give the audience a never seen before experience of larger than life filmmaking!

This YRF film holds a double bonanza by bringing together Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir Khan together for the first time ever. That in itself, is film lore in making!

The film is set to treat audiences across age groups with the biggest jaw-dropping action sequences seen by audiences on screen to date. With its edge-of-the-seat thrills and an epic adventure and war on the seas, the film is set to light up this Diwali.
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Verdict: Thugs of Hindostan has enough fireworks to light your Diwali up. Diwali is not just a festival, it is a vibe and Thugs of Hindostan complements it really well. Two huge names in Bollywood with careers spanning over decades share the screen for the very first time. This is one of the reasons why Thugs of Hindostan is one of the most anticipated films of this year. Thugs has been produced ... ...Read full review
In all fairness, despite the lacklustre writing, the film does manage to look and feel like a top-grade adventure film. It certainly looks like a million bucks, sadly it doesnt feel the same way. ...Read full review
Thugs Of Hindostan is all sound of fury: there is no dearth here of cannons and guns, bows and arrow, and swords and daggers. However, the narrative weapons it presses into service are hopelessly blunt and ineffective. It tries hard to impress but hardly ever does. ...Read full review
Its understandable why Aamir Khan chose to do this film though. Firangis is a role that must have shown him glimpses of brilliance. And he sure is the best of the lot, bringing quite a lot to the table. He understands the graph, the ups and downs and the trajectory that might have given Thugs Of Hindostan a satisfactory resolution, but the other principal characters totally fail him. ...Read full review
Its admirable that the 50-something Khan and 70-something Bachchan partake in what is basically a physical green-screen project, but they seem to care less about what they do than why they do it. Ditto for the director, who indulgently frames most of their moments in the hope that we recognize his coup of casting Khan and Bachchan together in one movie for the first time ever. ...Read full review
The only one having a blast is Aamir Khan, in his curly mop coloured a carrot shade, a glint-in-the-eye Awadhi thug. And while hes around, its bearable. Just about. The rest of it is a non-stop combo of eye-roll-and-eye-glaze. ...Read full review