Thugs of Hindostan: This BTS video will inspire you to push your limits

The latest video is a compilation of the training sessions for the film's action sequences.   

Thugs of Hindostan: This BTS video will inspire you to push your limits

Mumbai: The makers of Aamir Khan and Amitabh Bachchan starrer Thugs of Hindostan have unveiled yet another behind-the-scenes video to show the efforts the actors have put to get into the skin of the character.

The latest video is a compilation of the training sessions for the film's action sequences. Aamir, who had undergone training in wrestling for Dangal, learnt sword fighting for this action-adventure film directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya. Fatima Sana Shaikh, who had played Aamir's daughter in Dangal, is an integral part of this film too. 

The pretty and very talented actress trained in sword-fighting and archery to execute her character to perfection.

Aamir took to Instagram to share his experience of working with Big B. The Mr Perfectionist is elated to have got an opportunity to share screen space with the megastar for the first time. Interestingly, the two play rivals in the film.

Aamir wrote: "Just imagine...not only do I get to act with Mr.Bachchan, dance with Mr.Bachchan, but also fight with Mr.Bachchan. Meri toh Diwali! (sic)."

 Katrina Kaif and English actor Lloyd Owen, is a visual treat and a spectacle of sorts.

Reportedly set in the backdrop of India under the British rule in the 19th century, Thugs of Hindostan, inspired by Philip Meadows Taylor's 1839 novel 'Confessions of a Thug' also stars Katrina Kaif and Lloyd Owen. 

It revolves around the life of a thug and his gang who challenge the British Empire in the country.

Aamir, who plays Firangi Mallah in a film has undergone a major transformation.  Big B as Khudabaksh looks like a warrior, Fatima as Zafira comes across as the daredevil while Katrina as Suraiyya, the ultimate diva.

The film is slated to hit theatres on November 8.

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