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Making of the Thugs of Hindostan: Making of the Thugs of Hindustan / 2 lakh tonnes of weighing vessels, 30 lakhs of nails, no ocean float in the tank. Aamir Khan and Amitabh Bachchan will be together for the first time in the film Thugs of Hindostan Movie

Making of the Thugs of Hindostan

Aamir Khan’s movie Thugs of Hindustan Full Movie is going to be released on DiwaliAfter the trailer, videos related to filmmaking are coming out. The production team shared the make-up video on YouTube at Malta, from the start of the ship to the shooting. In this video director Vijaykrishna Acharya, Amir and Amitabh are seen sharing the shots related to the ship. 

Making of the Thugs of Hindostan
Making of the Thugs of Hindostan

Chapter One Building The Ships

Ships made of 2 lakh tons with the help of Art Directors, Engineers and Workers of Malta and Hindostan. After being built in Malta’s MFS studio, both ships were placed on a shooting place 1 km away. Ship Building Thomas Thomas Andrew prepares the ship. Three hundred million nails were used to connect these ships. 

Therefore, Malta chosen

Director Victor in the Making of the Thugs of Hindostan video is telling that Malta is a Perfect Place for Locations, Facilities, and Ship Building. So both of them were shipped here. Before shooting, these two ships were swamped in the studio built in the water tank. It took more than 24 hours to fill this watermark. 

200 Crore Budget

 Nearly 200 crores spent in the shooting of the Thugs of Hindostan of Yash Raj Banner. According to the sources, the set of 18th century Hindostan was also set for the film. Different people related to the film have confirmed it. The maximum expenditure has been done on the action. Apart from Malta, shooting has been done on Thailand’s Bangkok and multiple locations in Hindostan’s Jodhpur and Goa. 

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