Thugs of Hindostan (Thugs of Hindustan) movie review and ratings by audience

Lewis Collier
November 8, 2018

Releasing in around 7000 screens, Thugs of Hindostan is set in 1795 and chronicles the story of thugs who are determined to get India out of the clutches of British Raj. Johar said, "The factors that will work in favour of Thugs of Hindostan are, one, it is a big holiday release, secondly, it is releasing on the biggest window available for a Bollywood film as there are no other releases scheduled around it and third, the film boasts of big names like Aamir, Amitabh, Katrina and Yash Raj Films".

The film is enjoying an extended weekend of four days and honestly, it will be a disappointment if TOH collects anything less than Rs 150 crore in this time. The promo set the expectations further high and though the follow through wasn't really extraordinary (which would have nearly guaranteed an All Time Blockbuster Opening), the fact still remains that the industry is assured of an excellent first day number for sure.

"First, the day after Diwali is always considered the best day of the year for the release of a film".

Thugs of Hindostan, the most expensive Bollywood film ever made, starring Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Katrina Kaif is gearing up for grand release on 8th November. Among the highest grossing Indian films, only Baahubali 2: The Conclusion has been able to touch the Rs 40 crore mark. So, for you, we have filtered the 3 most important milestones which we think the film can achieve at the box office.

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The initial reviews of Thugs of Hindostan coming from film critics have been overwhelming so far and it looks like Aamir Khan is going to take the box office by storm with his yet another outing after his all-time blockbuster movie Dangal.

The film's pre-sales on day one is better than Salman Khan-starrer Tiger Zinda Hai, Ranbir Kapoor's Sanju and Hollywood offering Avengers - Infinity War.

Theatre chains like PVR, Inox and Cinepolis witnessed an estimated sale of 50,000 tickets which is a rare feat, especially on day one. So Thugs Of Hindostan would be new for them. Delhi's prominent theatre Delite sold 5,000 tickets in a few hours.

The film also stars English actor Lloyd Owen essaying a significant role.

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