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The illegal sites have released Thugs Of Hindostan full movie download links with 720p HD quality prints, Thugs Of Hindostan is a 2018 hit Hindi adventure movie directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya. Starring Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir Khan, Katrina Kaif, Fatima Sana Shaikh, Lloyd Owen, Written by Ritesh Soni, Music by Ajay-Atul, John Stewart Eduri, Produced by Aditya Chopra, Production company Yash Raj Films and Distributed by Yash Raj Films. Released during the week of the Diwali festival, on 8 November 2018. Upon release, the film received generally negative reviews; while critics praised the performances of Bachchan and Khan, Acharya’s direction and screenplay were criticised. The film recorded the highest first-day collection and highest two-day collection for any Hindi film in India, and the fourth biggest opening weekend in India.

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Thugs Of Hindostan movie Story

The story is set in an India overrun by the British, and revolves around an unscrupulous rascal called Firangi Malla who serves only one master, himself, until he encounters the freedom fighter Azad (Bachchan). Torn between self-interest and patriotism, Firangi keeps his associates guessing about where his loyalties lie, swinging back and forth between the British led by Clive and his own people. The road he will ultimately take may be obvious to the audience, but how he takes it is unpredictable enough to keep the film going.

If the mention of a Clive suggests that Thugs of Hindostan is historically accurate, then let it be placed on the record: it is not. “What’s in a name?” as that most famous of Englishmen once wrote. A white man by any other name would have smelt just as rotten. So yeah, in all their confrontations here, the Brits are made to look like incompetent, gullible asses, forever suffering defeat at the hands of Indians. Since India is the wronged party in the imperialist equation, it could be argued that taking this sort of liberty with the past can hardly be treated as a crime especially since this is nothing compared to Western cinema’s casual portrayal of true thugs of the colonial era, most recently Winston Churchill, with affectionate indulgence. In any case, Thugs of Hindostan is unapologetically commercial, characteristically masala-filled Bollywood fare, that does not ask to be taken seriously. It is an action adventure in the mould of Hollywood’s Pirates of the Caribbean series, and does not pretend to be anything but that.

Acharya’s actual crime lies in the weak writing of every character other than Firangi Malla. Azad is a pallid creature, and Bachchan invests nothing beyond his towering personality and baritone in his uninspired performance.The women are laughable asides in the screenplay. Kaif as the courtesan Suraiyya gets to look sexy and dance mechanically, displaying technique but little grace in two lavish song and dance sequences on elaborate, eye-catching sets. She has a third scene but disappears for the rest of the proceedings, which is just as well since she seems unable to move even those few facial muscles that she has exercised in her earlier films.Shaikh, who made a mark as a skilled wrestler and rebellious daughter in Dangal, is not required to act at all. As Zafira, who is part of Azad’s band of warriors, she barely has any lines, and most of her screen time is spent running across battlescapes, firing arrows and throwing punches. She is fair enough doing all this, but not outstanding, and since she lacks charisma it is hard not to wonder why she landed the job. She also has less chemistry with Khan than Lloyd Owen who plays Clive.

It is thus left to Khan and the technical departments to save this film, and they do. Thugs of Hindostan’s production designers (there are four) and DoP Manush Nandan ensure that the film is never short of pretty and grand. John Stewart Eduri serves up a throbbing background score and Ajay-Atul’s songs are all hummable.Given the only well-written character in Thugs of Hindostan, with an abundance of mischievous dialogues and credible motivations, Khan throws himself into his role with gusto, summoning up Munna of Rangeela and Siddhu of Ghulam, imbuing Firangi with a relentless zest, and switching from good to bad to inexplicable to exasperating to lovable within a twinkling of those delightful kohl-lined eyes.Thugs was promoted as the first film ever to pit him against the great Bachchan. The legendary superstar is a pale shadow here of the best he has been. Khan, on the other hand, crackles, pops and sparkles as a swashbuckling scoundrel. The writing of his character and his performance are the only reasons why Thugs of Hindostan does not turn out to be a stylishly produced but disastrously dreary repeat of Acharya’s first film, Tashan. Despite all its minuses, Thugs is light-hearted fun.

Thugs Of Hindostan movie Songs

Singers: Vishal Dadlani, Shreya Ghoshal
Music by: Ajay-Atul
Lyrics: Amitabh Bhattacharya Here

Singers: Sukhwinder Singh, Vishal Dadlani
Music by: Ajay-Atul
Lyrics: Amitabh Bhattacharya Here

Singers: Shreya Ghoshal, Sunidhi Chauhan, Sukhwinder Singh
Additional Vocals – Ajay Gogavale
Music by: Ajay-Atul
Lyrics: Amitabh Bhattacharya Here

Thugs Of Hindostan movie Cast

Amitabh Bachchan as Khudabaksh Azaad, a commander of the Thugs
Aamir Khan as Firangi Mallah, a small-time Thug from Awadh
Fatima Sana Shaikh as Zafira Baig, a warrior-archer Thug
Katrina Kaif as Suraiyya, a dancer and performer
Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub[6] as Shanichar, Firangi’s friend
Lloyd Owen as John Clive, a ruthless British East India Company officer
Ronit Roy as Mirza Sikander Baig
Satyadev Kancharana as Naqaab
Abdul Quadir Amin as Azhar Ali

Thugs Of Hindostan movie REVIEW

Set in 1795, Thugs Of Hindostan begins on an exhilarating note when Mirza Baig, the ruler of Raunakpur (Ronit Roy) and his wife and son are treacherously murdered by a tyrannical British officer named Clive (Lloyd Owen). The only surviving member of the royal clan is Zafira, who is rescued by her father’s trusted general Khudabaksh (Amitabh Bachchan).

Cut to eleven years later, we see Khudabaksh as a ‘Messiah’ of the realm, fighting against the British with a grown-up Zafira (Fatima Sana Shaikh) by his side, who is hell-bent on seeking revenge from her family’s slayers. The duo marshall their people against the British clan under a group named ‘Azaad’. To nab ‘Azaad’, Clive and his team seek help from a thug, Firangi Mallah (Aamir Khan). Beneath his outlandish appearance, he’s a smooth-talker who repeatedly switches sides and won’t even bat an eyelid when it comes to double-crossing his own pals, just for the sake of earning guineas. The rest of the plot revolves around how good triumphs over evil.
Every time it’s an Aamir Khan film, you anticipate it to be nothing short of extraordinary. After all, he’s not referred to as ‘Mr Perfectionist’ just like that. He is known to invest years in a film which he truly believes in and make sure it becomes the biggest box office hit of all times. Thugs Of Hindostan has been no exception since the day it went on floors. Aamir, along with his ensemble cast comprising of legend Amitabh Bachchan, the beautiful Katrina Kaif and the fiery Fatima Sana Shaikh have been making this film since the last 2 years and now that it has finally hit the screens, the only hope is to see it get accepted by the audience and win over the box office. But will it manage to write its success story? While the Thugs Of Hindostan trailer received mixed response with many calling it a rip-off of Pirates Of The Carribean.


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