The action dramas, since decades, stand triumph for stimulating the spectators to witness it. However, it’s the finale episode in the theatres that decides the fate of the flick. More than a month ago, the superhero Krissh did amaze us with its jaw-dropping action sequences.
Cast: Aamir Khan, Katrina Kaif, Abhishek Bachchan, Uday Chopra, Jackie Shroff
Director: Vijay Krishna Acharya
Music Director: Pritam
The welcomed franchisee roped in a new fashion in Indian cinema and gifted us our first India superhero. Dhoom, which kicked off on a revolutionary note, also became a victorious franchisee with a new trend of anti-heroes. Adding one more feather in the cap, the writer-turned-director Vijay Krishna Acharya shoulders the responsibility to thrill its audience who are craving for more with its latest installment.
Acharya who faced disappointment with his directorial debut Tashan, balances himself well with Dhoom 3. The director gives a varied dimension to the flick by keeping the core- run and chase element- intact. While in the earlier two we came across roughly out an out cons, the latest offers a dark and emotional link to our protagonist.
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New Delhi: Vijay Krishna Acharya would like to leave behind the failure of ‘Tashan’ with ‘Dhoom 3’. In film circuits, he is known as someone who is technically sound and knows the pulse of the audience. Now, it’s his time to prove all those claims right.
The film revolves around Saahir (the clown thief), played by Aamir Khan, and the cat-and-mouse game he is playing with Jai Dixit (Abhishek Bachchan). Katrina Kaif will be seen as Aaliya, while Uday Chopra will reprise his role of Ali the biker.
The film has been promoted well, and has a huge starcast, so it is likely to get a good opening, but will it surpass previous Bollywood heist films in quality and thrill
The film’s success is entirely dependent on Aamir Khan, whose fans would like to see him back in the number game.
Rohit Vats of IBNLive is inside the theatre to live tweet the experience of ‘Dhoom 3’.