Thugs of Hindostan: Amitabh Bachchan’s First Look As The Biggest Thug Of All
Amitabh Bachchan’s look and character name from Thugs of Hindostan was unveiled by actor Aamir Khan.
Thugs of Hindostan makers unveiled the first look of Amitabh Bachchan from the film on Tuesday. After the logo of Thugs of Hindostan was released on Monday, Yash Raj Films, makers of the epic action-adventure film introduced Big B as Khudabaksh. The motion poster of Amitabh’s larger than life avatar was shared by actor Aamir Khan on his Twitter handle and read, “The biggest thug of all !!! Love, a.”
“Wading through storms & battles, the commander of Thugs has arrived. Amitabh Bachchan as #Khudabaksh,” reads the description along the motion poster shared by YRF. Take a look at Thugs of Hindostan’s Khudabaksh below:
After releasing the official logo of Thugs of Hindostan, the makers of the mega action entertainer unveiled the first look of Amitabh Bachchan from the film on Tuesday morning. Big B, as commander of thugs, Khudabaksh, is majestic. Armed with a larger-than-life persona, he is intimidating.
Big B’s look was revealed in a 25-second video that starts off with an eagle flying across a ship. As it lands on a bomb tank, we catch the glimpse of Khudabaksh in all his glory. A robust background score plays all the way through. It beautifully complements the visually-stunning video that’s laced with high-end animation work.
Below, watch the video:
Thugs of Hindostan, also starring Aamir Khan, Katrina Kaif and Fatima Sana Shaikh in the lead roles, is slated to hit the screens on November 8, the next day after Diwali. The film, directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya of Dhoom 3 fame, is reportedly made on a staggering budget of over Rs 300 crore.
The trade experts have huge expectations from the film. The post-Diwali holiday is considered as the biggest holiday from the box-office point-of-view and it is therefore, an opening of over Rs 50 crore has been predicted by most film trade analysts across the country. If Thugs of Hindostan does manage to achieve this feat, it will become the first Indian film ever to do so.