12 tweets that are more savage than the Thugs of Hindostan

12 tweets that are more savage than the Thugs of Hindostan

Thugs Of Hindostan starring Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Katrina Kaif, has become the latest victim of online piracy as illegal sites have opened gates to download the full movie or online streaming for free just hours after its release in theatres. The characters that populate it are, like the thousand ships that the film launches in the service of a bitter early 19th century battle between the British East India Company and a band of rebels who refuse to be enslaved by a foreign power, are as flimsy as cardboard.

Bollywood actor Aamir Khan (centre) leaves Jodhpur Airport as he arrived for a shoot on his upcoming movie "Thugs of Hindostan" in Jodhpur March 8, 2018. The only silver lining in the movie are the sets and the production values are of an worldwide level.

According to industry analyst Taran Adarsh, the film released in a total of 5000 screens in India and 2000 screens overseas. Rating: All that glitters is NOT gold...

Aamir has a loyal fan base and his fans expect nothing less than a blockbuster every time he comes out with a film. Holds true for #TOH.

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#ThugsOfHindostan may reap the benefit of the holiday period + tremendous hype + impressive names in its cast...

A few others even came down hard on the performances of the leading cast and labelled the film as boring and a let-down.

Though the initial reviews are negative, according to an Indian Express report the movie is supposed to gather Rs 50 crore on the opening day.

And while Thugs of Hindostan has set off fireworks at the box-office, the film has apparently failed to impress the film critics and audiences alike.

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