Thugs of Hindostan started its box office journey on a great note. Cinemas were packed and trade
pundits are expecting the film would rake in at least Rs 40 crore on
But while the film looks like a commercial success, it has failed to impress its viewers. Critics have
slammed it, and the audiences have termed it an unmitigated disaster.
The film looked promising. Releasing this Diwali, Thugs of Hindostan had a stellar cast with Aamir Khan
and Amitabh Bachchan, and the right amount of eye candy in the form of Katrina Kaif. The trailer too
looked pretty slick, even though it did come across as a local copy of The Pirates of the Caribbean.
Twitter had a ball ripping the film apart after audience expectations came crashing to the ground.
Iam_za1d thinks this clip of Alia Bhatt repeating “Mujhe Apne Ghar Jana
reflects the audience’s feelings after 20 minutes of watching Thugs of Hindostan.
Maybe Aamir Khan himself was begging to go home:
Or maybe it was an appointment with death as this user seems to suggest.
Thugs of Hindostan must really have bombed if someone could think of comparing it with 2014 bomb