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Depending on your cinematic sensibilities, this energetic, exhausting film can be regarded as festive fun or a tikka turkey.
"Dhoom: 3" has-by far-the best action set pieces of the series.
When Dhoom 3 is going at full tilt, as in an autorickshaw chase over corrugated tin village rooftops, it's an exhilarating ride.
"Dhoom 2" had fun with the mechanics of crime and crime fighting. This movie can't be bothered.
Acharya's camera seems to be dancing - and swooning - along with the performers. Cynics need not apply.
Dhoom:3 is crowd-pleasing populist fare.
India has made intelligent movies for decades. Dhoom 3 is not one of them.
Dhoom 3 represents the very best of Bollywood, throwing multiple elements into a blender and creating a rather sublime and entertaining experience.
This is not a complex film, but it has enough thrills to make it ideal holiday escapism.
So does Dhoom:3 deliver? Yes and no.
The most emotional of the Dhoom series yet, this is Aamir Khan's show all the way.
Dhoom 3 is populist twaddle of the highest order, and like most blockbusters, somehow manages to be both satisfying and insulting in equal measure.
Aamir Khan starrer Dhoom 3 fails to live up to its hype. Aamir apparently couldn't save the weak script and terrible action sequences. In fact, his own performance isn't any praiseworthy. The cat-and-mouse game doesn't generate enough thrill either. Seems like this would be the end of the series.
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