What is all about?
A sure shot winner. Wrooming with all the necessities of a big-budget solid popcorn entertainment. Dhoom :3 delivers exactly what a mainstream entertainment friendly viewer asks for from this franchise. Expertly stylish, fast-paced, loaded with pulse rising death defying stunts, marvelous set pieces, super delicious Katrina and of course Aamir Khan in complete command.
YRF's third installment of India most popular franchise Dhoom: 3 get's super hit written all over its face by Vijay Krishna Acharya.
Writers Vijay Krishna Acharya and Prakash Bharadwaj in the third installment take us to Chicago where A.C.P. Jay Dixit (Abhishek Bachchan) along with his funny colleague Ali (Uday Chopra) again take up their duties as cop duo to nab Sahir the 'Clown Thief'.
And how the cat and mouse game keeps the guessing till the very end.
What to look out for
An out and out entertainer. Vijay Krishna Acharya makes no mistakes this time and boasts this highly awaited franchise with an engaging script that makes the audience guessing till the very end. Death defying stunts especially with those bikes. Catchy dialogues. Spectacular sets that makes Dhoom: 3 a pulse rising chilling cop thief adventure that has a highly satisfying and spectacularly dazzling individual part of Aamir Khan that stays with you for long and asks repeat viewing.
Vijay Krishna Acharya sticks to the basics shows his outmost loyalty to the genre dosen,t go for any layers and while he makes us jump out of our seats with those action shocks draws out those soft funny moments with finesse and even easily manages a touch of romance into the yarn with commendable ease.
Technicalities are first rate. Sudeep Chatterjee cinematography is a treat to the eye. Editing by Ritesh Soni is crisp. Sumit Basu's production designing, Adri Siriwatt art direction is spectacular. Manoshi Nath, Rushi Sharma and Anaita Shroff costume designing is chic.
Pritam Chakraborty music adds memento to the adrenaline rush. Title track, 'malang' and 'kamli' are a take home.
Aamir Khan: you know how serious he is about his choices. And you know how really he works hard on his characters he plays. In Dhoom: 3 Aamir is in great shape and gives a brilliantly mature performance. His finesse to enter into the skin of the character is well known but here he as an actor/performer does to the franchise what a superstar should do- he demands a repeat viewing and that is the biggest USP of this installment. His fans and audience in general will go gaga.
Katrina Kaif: boy she was never so delicious. The lass who has grown up tremendously as an actress has worked a lot for this and it shows. In 'Kamli' Katrina is bewitchingly sexy. Truly it's impossible to shift your eyes from her. Fabulous.
Abhishek Bachchan: is in complete element and seems to be enjoying the fun. Highly entertaining.
Uday Chopra: is very funny and successfully makes you giggle helping your pulse rate to settle down after those adrenaline actions.
Jackie Shroff leaves his mark.
The second half drags a bit. More confrontation and one up show between Aamir and Abhishek would have being better. We wanted to see more of Katrina. Those looking for logic and intellect in such genre of films may find it amusing.
Conclusion: vrroomming with tremendous energy, pulse rising excitement Dhoom: 3 is a top-notch popcorn entertainment that demands a repeat run thanks to the powers of Aamir Khan as an actor and those dazzling stunts that take the audience to a hysteria.