Explaining the travel route, Big B, 74, wrote, "Over the waters of the Arabian Sea and on to the sand coloured land of Doha, where we pick up some gasoline for the onward journey. And then on to Malta, flying over Saudi Arabia, over Cairo in Egypt, turning right on to the Mediterranean and driving in the skies straight to the island of Malta."
Thugs Of Hindostan is directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya. A few days ago, Mr Acharya shared details about the film's shooting schedule in Malta. "The set of the film is in a high security water zone, with restricted access. Both these ships have been built in the early eighteenth century style, when vessels would carry cannons and other weapons," reports news agency PTI.
On reaching Malta, Big B delighted us with these pictures.
The logo of the film was revealed a couple of weeks back.
Thugs Of Hindostan marks Aamir Khan and Katrina Kaif's second collaboration with Vijay Krishna Acharya after 2013's Dhoom 3.
Thugs Of Hindostan releases next year on Diwali.
(With PTI inputs)