Aamir Khan plays as Sahir and Samar, the sons of a man who ran ‘The Great Indian Circus’ in Chicago. As young boys Sahir and Samar with their father created an amazing magic act, and after their fathers untimely death we fast-forward and see how they use that trick going forward.
This Hindi movie is the third in a series, and is my favourite one. Albeit, it has Aamir Khan, my favourite Indian actor, so that may be why it is my favourite of them all. I found the story easy to follow, intriguing, and following the humour that has been set out in the previous Dhoom movies (Which I have not reviewed as of yet).
Throughout the movie, we see the typical Bollywood action sequences, fast car chases, impossible action, overthetop humour, singing, dancing, and great story.
The two chacters captured above are the two Mumbai cops who travelled to Chicago to help the police capture Sahir and prevent any further bank heists.
As I don’t like to go to deep into detail as I don’t want to spoil the movie for people, I’ll say no more about the story. But I will say this, this movie is a solid 9.5 out of 10. If you don’t speak Hindi, watch it with subtitles, I promise you, you’ll be entertained. I certainly was, enough to write this review.