Dhoom

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High-speed criminals terrorize a city, and it's up to one man and his sidekick to bring them down in this action thriller from India. A crime wave hits the city of Mumbai when a gang of daring thieves on souped-up motorcycles, led by the corrupt but methodical Kabir (John Abraham), stage a series of daring and lucrative robberies, then go into hiding posing as pizza delivery drivers. The police have been unable to track down the bandits thus far, so top detective Jai Dixit (Abhishek Bachchan) is given the assignment of bringing them to justice. Jai enlists the help of mechanic and expert motorcycle rider Ali (Uday Chopra), and while Ali's neo-slacker attitude doesn't mesh well at first with Jai's no-nonsense efficiency, they learn to work as a team. But as they begin to tighten the net around Kabir's gang, the clever thief realizes the police are closing in. Dhoom star Abhishek Bachchan also starred in another major Bollywood production, Phir Milenge, both of which received their American debut on the same weekend.

Cast

Uday Chopra
as Ali Akbar Fatah Khan
Esha Deol
as Sheena
Rimi Sen
as Mrs. Sweety Dixit
Manoj Joshi
as Assistant Commissioner of Police Shekhar Kamal
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  • Feb 01, 2008
    Interesting movie! Jai is on the search for a group responsible for several bank robberies, and discovers that it is thieves on motorbikes. Along with Ali (a mechanic), he searches for Kabir and his cohorts. Great performance by John Abraham. Great cast- Abhishek Bachchan, John Abraham, Uday Chopra, Esha Deol, and Rimi Sen. Worthy!
    Leo L Super Reviewer
  • Jun 01, 2007
    This is the first Bollywood action movie I have seen. It was outrageous! It reminded me of the first Fast and the Furious and The Transporter, which is probably the best you could hope for in a Bollywood action movie. There was also a fight scene on top of the trailer of an 18-wheeler extremely reminiscent of The Matrix Reloaded, which is not a good thing considering this movie is not set in a virtual reality. But its all in good fun. With hot actors, great music, and lots of comedy mixed in, this is great for the not-so-serious moviegoer.
    Rebecca E Super Reviewer

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