Amru is a character in 80 Days. She is an Indian woman who lives in Waltair and was Lord Percival Thunnock's lover until recently, when his affair was discovered and he was sent back to England to avoid a scandal. She is also a hijra, meaning she was born male but is now a woman, something that her sister Bhanu is very protective about.
While Lord Thunnock was the commissioner of the British Residency he met Amru and fell in love with her, beginning their affair behind his wife's back. He planned to ask his wife for a divorce so that they could be together but they were discovered and Lord Thunnock was sent away in shame.
Bhanu, working as a servant in the British Residency in Waltair, can meet Passepartout as he stays there while traveling through the city. If he decides to follow her she will lead him through the city to her sister Amru, explaining that she needs someone to write a letter to Lord Thunnock for her as neither of them are literate, and making sure that he addresses her as the lady that she is. Amru reveals to him that she and Percival, as she called him, were truly in love and wanted to be together, although she should have known it could never be. When Passepartout suggests that Thunnock defy the British cultural norm so that he can marry the woman he really loves, Amru says that he is too honorable to abandon his Queen and his position, and his honor is one of the reasons that she loves him.
After writing the letter and bidding Amru farewell, Passepartout will be led back to the British Residency by Bhanu who gives him a Blue-Eyed Charm as thanks, explaining that it will protect him from the evil eye.