December 20, 2013. After buying the ticket for the movie and utilising the remaining pennies for petrol I reached the theatre creating Dhoom on the road.
On a funny note, Malang song in the movie had cost too much for the producers, that now they don't even have the money to buy a bullet for a gun. And hence the film which is being called an action thriller had only two bullets to shoot and also suffers with zero fight scenes.
Also for all the folks who had previously watched the Hollywood movie 'The Prestige' and still went to watch Dhoom 3, then Bollywood's prestige will definitely appear in front of your eyes.
The film's screenplay was too slow and you could easily go watch Dhoom 1 & 2 in between two scenes. And yes, for all the ones who are searching for a story in the movie, you will directly get to hear it from Director Vijay Krishna Acharya "Story dhundhne walo, tumhari aisi ki taisi".
And it also seems like Katrina Kaif is a free bird after her breakup with Salman Khan, no extra clothes and definitely no extra shyness. Also, it's better if I write only few words about Abhishek and Uday Chopra cause their role in the film was minimal.
Aamir khan does a fine job as Samar Khan but after every fifteen minutes he gets an attack just like his previous film Ghajini, after which his acting turns to overacting.
The only thing which impressed me the most was Jackie Schroff's acting and the background score. And those were the only few reasons I'm gonna go give this movie a disappointing two point five star. It remains as an easy one time watch.
My Rating - 2.5/5
Grade - C+ (It deserves your attention for a while!)
-Written by Shubham Keche / Edited by KM