Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir Khan, Katrina Kaif and Fatima Sana Shaikh are currently shooting back to back to wrap the shoot of Thugs Of Hindostan. The film is one of the most awaited films of the year and is all set to hit theatres on Diwali – November 7, 2018. For the last few days, we have been seen Katrina Kaif working hard practising for the title track of the song and also shooting a few action sequences from TOH. (ALSO READ: Check Out How Katrina Kaif Is Rectifying Shah Rukh Khan’s Photography Game On The Sets Of Zero (PIC) )

If the latest buzz is to be believed, Aamir Khan is unhappy with a few action scenes shot by Katrina and asked her to reshoot those parts. According to a report in Mid-day, Mr Perfectionist recently saw a few rushes of the film and was not too happy with Ms Kaif’s action sequences so he is of an opinion that the actress reworks on these. Well, we aren’t really surprised with this development because Aamir isn’t called Mr Perfectionist for no reason. However, Yash Raj Films, the production house bankrolling the film, has denied this report and said, “The story carried by Mid-Day is completely untrue. No portions of our film Thugs Of Hindostan is being reshot. Neither with Katrina nor with anyone else. We request everyone to refrain from any conjectures regarding the same.”

Earlier while talking about Thugs of Hindostan, Katrina had said, “I’ll be training a lot for my action scenes and my dance sequences for the film. All this will definitely keep me busy for the next four to five months, at least .” Reports also stated that the actress has a shorter role than that of the Dangal actress in the film. To this, the Tiger Zinda Hai actress said, “All this doesn’t matter. Let’s stop trying to find ways to create some sort of drama when there’s none. Everyone in the film is more than happy to be part of a project like this — whether it’s Aamir, Amitabh Bachchan, Fatima or me. All of us are excited and working together. It’s Aamir and Victor’s film and whatever information they want to reveal, at whatever time they feel is correct, I leave it to them. It’s entirely their call and that’s how the production house works. It’s too monotonous for me to try and add to the drama .”