Does Vijay Krishna Acharya still suffer from high-on-action syndrome with bend-the-clichés in a bad way after Dhoom 3? Ofcourse. But why make a genuinely insufferable, depressingly disappointing film with Bachchan, Aamir Khan, Zeeshan Ayyub and Fatima Sana Sheikh? Why not employ a writer to pull off a real script for a right story? Well, the only achievement of the film is its promotional drive.
More than anger it is the emotion of sadness that Vijay Krishna Acharya's hat-trick disaster epic period drama Thugs of Hindostan drives in me, watching thespians like Aamir Khan and Amitabh Bachchan resort to tomfoolery and idiocy in the middle of a self-proclaimed freedom fight in the late 1700s whose shaky plot is, as a whole, as restricted as the number of expressions on the faces of the leading ladies, Fatima Shaikh and Katrina Kaif. TN.
Ajay films critic
wonderful cinematography. very good script but predictable. i loved it. cast is very good n done their job.