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Thugs Of Hindostan is an action adventure thriller film with a historical background. The film is scripted and directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya. Aditya Chopra produced the film under the Yash Raj Films banner. Thugs Of Hindostan has the star cast of Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir Khan, Katrina Kaif, Fatima Sana Shaikh, Lloyd Owen, Ronit Roy, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub, Satyadev Kancharana and Abdul Quadir Amin. Ajay – Atul composed the songs and the BGM is by John Stewart Eduri. Manush Nandan cranked the camera and Ritesh Soni edited the film.
British officer Clive grabs Mirza’s Kingdom. Mirza’s daughter, Princess Zafira and the well-trusted loyalist of the Kingdom Khudabaksh alias Azaad escape from the British and set up a gang of rebels and plan to defeat the British army and get back their Kingdom. Firangi is a thug, who favors the British. He was appointed to track the plans laid by Azaad and Zafira. What did he do? Did he favor the British or changed his mind to serve his motherland? Watch the film in theaters!
When we see the performance of the artists separately, we will definitely say that they had done an excellent job. But, did they set as a whole team? The answer would definitely be No. Amitabh had done a great job in his role as Azaad; similarly, Aamir’s body language is perfect.
With the huge budget, the director has planned an international kind of movie. But, the star selection slips. Although all the stars are talented ones and their performance couldn’t be misjudged, not all of them fit in their roles in Thugs of Hindostan. The songs are not much impressive. With the popular stars in the cast, the music should have been concentrated well. The cinematography is excellent and the production designs too. The CGI works are also good and kudos to the graphics team. The dialogues by Big B is attractive and his delivery is stunning.
What’s Not There?
Although the film has a good star cast with huge CGI works, it didn’t attract. With the loose screenplay, the film fails to impress the audiences. Yet, it could be watched once for its grandeur making.
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