Dhoom 3 Review

Cineforest Rating: 3.5/5

Movie: Dhoom 3

Cast: Aamir Khan, Katrina Kaif, Abhishek Bachchan, Uday Chopra, Jackie Shroff

Director: Vijay Krishna Acharya

Producer: Yash Raj films

Music Director: Pritam


The action performances, since eras, stand achievement for inspiring the audiences to see it. On the other hand, it is the finale episode in the cinemas that decides the fate of the film. More than a month back, the Indian superhero Krish did surprise us with its jaw-dropping action episodes.


Jackie Shroff is a superlative magician in a Chicago Circus and he takes his young son Sahir (Amir Khan) to teaches him few magic tricks. Sahir (Amir Khan) acquires them and assists his dad who is in a little while murdered by the fellows there.

Sahir (Aamir Khan) grow up with a fire of revenge inside him and he runs the same Chicago circus together with Aaliya (Katrina Kaif). For the duration of the course he plans to rob all the money who deposited in Chicago bank. To stop Sahir (Amir Khan) ACP Jai Dixit (Abhishek Bachan) and Ali Akbar (Uday Chopra) came in to the picture. After that, keep an eye on the same old formula for catching the robber.



Dhoom deals what you expect for. It keeps the zealous factor, which undeniably is enormously served all the way through the two hours fifty three minutes runtime. The enthralling robbing sequences and roaring action stunts are enough to hold your breath.

Aamir Khan’s anti-hero character grabs your attention like earlier leading role did. He is ingenious and brainy in his plans and his performance speaks louder.

Katrina Kaif plays her part extremely well. She displays the energy like never before while performing stunts and unusual dance and is simply adorable.

Abhishek Bachchan once again is a disciplined ACP. We feel unhappy that he is still not promoted to the position, but there is an review in his performance.

Uday Chopra’s trademark style is once again lovable. His chemistry with the new diva will surely tickle your funny bone.

Music by Pritam once again is keen. Without a doubt Dhoom title track takes lead amongst all the other songs.

Background by Julius Packiam packs a solid punch with the thrilling stunts.


Final Cut: At last the film stances by its words “The year will end with Dhoom”. Don’t miss it.

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