Aamir Khan's Firangi seems to be the connection between land and sea which have divided the other thugs.
Aamir Khan has described his character Firangi as the 'most honest human being' on earth in the latest motion poster from his upcoming film Thugs Of Hindostan. A new motion poster featuring the final (and probably the most-anticipated) thug from Yash Raj Films' new project hit the Internet today. Aamir Khan appears as a tipsy traveler (notice that mead bottle strapped to his side), who is cheerful but he is up to some mischief. "Sachai toh humara doosra naam hai and bharosa humara kaam... dadi kasam," Aamir wrote. An honest thug... really? As if we believe you, Aamir.
Firangi, who can be seen travelling on a horse, seems to be the connection between land and sea which have divided the other thugs.
The film is reunion of sorts for Aamir Khan, who is collaborating with Katrina and director Vijay Krishna Acharya again after Dhoom: 3, with Fatima Sana Shaikh after Dangal and with Lloyd Owen after Lagaan.
Thugs Of Hindostan will reportedly depict an epic battle between the East India Company and the 'thugs of Hindostan.' The film is said to be based on Philip Meadows Taylor's 1839 novel Confessions Of A Thug and it is touted to be the first mainstream Bollywood film to adapt a Thuggee or Thug story onscreen.