Boot camps are becoming de rigeur for Aamir Khan. His most recent one is on an island nation in the Southwestern Pacific Ocean. Says an insider, “While Aamir’s last one was in November 2016 in the US for Dangal (he had to lose weight), this one has him getting in shape for his next film Thugs Of Hindostan, which rolls in a couple of months.”
Adds the source, “The US trip saw a lot of his fans check into the camp to meet him, making it difficult for him to focus on his training. This time around, he found a secluded place and flew off after returning from his Panchgani holiday.”
The boot camp for TOH sees him indulge in activities like trekking, swimming, gymming and tennis. The source adds, “One has to do six hours of activities through the day broken over a period of time, get about nine hours of sleep and the rest of the time you are free to do whatever leisure activities you want. Aamir is dedicating the rest of his time to reading the script of TOH. As he likes outdoor activities, he is indulging in most sports. He likes to get up at 6 am, go for the trek and watch the sunrise. He will return this month-end.”
Directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya, Thugs of Hindostan is being produced under the Yash Raj banner. As per the narration,the leads in the film were supposed to play pirates. However a new buzz states that the film’s plot has been changed. It’s now said to be inspired by Matchstick Men. The Hollywood flick is a black crime comedy where Nicholas Cage suffers from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). We aren’t sure who will be donning the role of Cage in the film but it sure is exciting! The Hollywood film received a good review from critics. Aamir or Amitabh acting as OCDed would be damn awesome, don’t you think? Since both of them are powerhouse actors, this’ll be an interesting watch.
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