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Katrina Kaif, who recently unveiled her look from Thugs of Hindostan in her Instagram page, is back to tease her fans with video of her dance rehearsal for the film.

The videos, which were later reposted by the actress' fanclub on social media pages, gives a glimpse of what is in store for her fans.

While Katrina has showcased her stupendous dance skills with hit numbers like Sheila Ki Jawaani, Kamli, Chikni Chameli and Swag Se Swagat, this one from Aamir Khan's Thugs of Hindostan seem to outdo all the previous numbers.

In the videos, the Tiger Zinda Hai actress is seen performing a mid-air dance move, which is choreographed by none other than Prabhudheva.

Going by the short clips, it seems the audience is up to witness some jaw-dropping stellar dance moves by Katrina in the film.

Rewind and repeat ..... #thugslife ???

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Thugs of Hindostan features Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Katrina and Fatima Sana Shaikh. The team had shot in multiple locations - Malta, Mumbai and recently in Thailand. The movie directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya and produced under Yash Raj Film's banner, is scheduled for release in Diwali 2018 (November 7).

Earlier, there were rumours that Katrina is not happy with the fact that Fatima is said to be the lead actress of the film. In an interview with Bollywood Hungama, Aamir had said: "All the characters in Thugs of Hindostan are very beautifully written. Mr Bachchan, Fatima, my role are the three key characters in the film."

"She (Katrina) is also there but you know in all fairness I don't know if I can call it a lead role. I mean she has got two songs out of three. So, in that sense, she has got an important part. The story is about this girl played by Fatima. She is playing the central role," Aamir had added.

This had reportedly irked Katrina but she decided not to make a mountain out of a molehill when asked to comment on Aamir's statement. She simply replied saying that it's upto the makers what information they want to reveal.