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7 Instances Prove That ‘Thugs Of Hindostan’ Took Inspiration From ‘Pirates Of Caribbean’

Published on: 10/10/18 10:30 AM

Thugs of Hindostan vs Pirates of Caribbean

It can be said as a big day for many fans of Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir Khan as the most awaited trailer of the historical and fantasy drama movie, Thugs Of Hindostan has been released. But in the 3 min clip all we could watch the intimidation of the  scenes and characters of ‘Pirates of Caribbean’.

These 9 instances prove that Thugs of Hindostan is a great intimidation of Pirates of Caribbean

Aamir Khan as Desi Jack Sparrow

Your favorite pirate Jack Sparrow has got a new imposter as Aamir Khan in the movie. Have a close look again at both of them.

When Fatima Sheikh decided to become Elizabeth Swann of Thugs of Hindostan

Dangal girl Fatima Sheikh is giving a similar vibes as that of Elizabeth Swann of Pirates of Caribbean. Apparently Fatima likes to fight and definitely been given a character played by Keira Knightley.

When fight sequences appear like those in Pirates of Caribbean

Ships, weapons, fire shots, graphics appear as copy and paste. Sadly the graphics quality has come down!!

When Amitabh Bachchan looked as Hector Barbossa 

Hector Barbossa is the original enemy against whom Jack Sparrow fights. But here in the movie, Amitabh Bachchan plays a positive character and also swap monkey of Hector Barbossa with the eagle.

British pose as a threat in both of these movies

British have been a constant pressure for the main characters of both the movies. Here have a look.

Fatima Sheikh character as ‘girl on fire’ in the promotional poster

All Fatima needed the poster as ‘girl on fire’ and she’ll fit right in The Hunger Games universe.

The ‘Swing’

 

Who can better teach than the original pirate captain Jack Sparrow of how to swing from one ship to another.

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Rajat Goswami

Rajat Goswami

Avid traveller and a passionate blogger. Contributes on day to day issues happening around the globe and on various other diverse topics with a right blend of personal touch and analogy.

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