Maker Of Thugs Of Hindostan Unveils The Making Of Film

The maker of Thugs Of Hindostan is out with one of its kind making of the film, which talks about the hard work, care and concern to pull off such a grand and remarkable action fantasy extravaganza on-screen.

Yash Rah Films official handle just dropped the first chapter of making, which talks about building the ship and creating a water world in Malta.
They captioned it, “The making of one of the most powerful parts of #ThugsOfHindostan! Watch what went into making the ships. @SrBachchan | @aamir_khan | #KatrinaKaif | @fattysanashaikh | #VijayKrishnaAcharya | @TOHTheFilm”

Director of the film Vijay Krishna Acharya, quips, “I started working on this film in 2014. The joy behind this was to create a fantasy adventure.  And the new thing was action on the ship….I thought if the ship portion came into the film organically then we will be able to show audience something which is never done before, which definitely came with its own challenges but if were to pull it off, it will great”

The first and foremost mammoth task was to build the ship, which is real, not some CGI. It took 3 million rivets and hard work to build the ship for the film.
Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir Khan, who plays the main lead in the film, are seen pulling off some of most amazing water world stunts and sequences in the film trailer.
In the video, Big B expressed his fears, he said, “It all sounded very grand when I was hearing the sequences. And I was always apprehensive as to how we will pull this thing off…So I kept asking them”

Finally, Aamir Khan admitted that he was also sceptical about the ship. He said, “There was a lot of work on this ship, in the film. And to be honest I was a little concerned because this is not something we have been doing it in India”
But the hard work of the team, cast and crew finally paid, the ships were built and we have witnessed the epic action sequences in the film.

The movie also stars Katrina Kaif and Fatima Sana Shaikh in the lead roles. The film is slated for 8th November 2018.