committing high profile crimes all over the world Aryan (Hrithik
Roshan), a hi-tech international criminal, has set his sights on
officer Jai Dixit (Abhishek Bachchan) and Ali (Uday Chopra) are
given the assignment to bring Aryan to justice.
are ably aided by police officer Shonali Bose (Bipasha Basu) who
has been keeping a close eye on Aryan for the last two years.
Aryan finds his match in Sunhari (Aishwarya Rai), who decides she
wants a piece of the action. So the two embark on a partnership
deal to outdo the forces of justice.
classic cops and robbers tradition, the game of goodies versus badies
unfolds at a fast, thrilling pace as this action-packed adventure
shifts from the golden sand dunes of Namibia and the colourful Mardi
Gras celebrations of Rio to the nailbiting climax in South Africa.
on from Dhoom (2004), this sequel is much slicker, with never-seen-before
action sequences, hi-tech heists, and high speed chases, coupled
with non-stop laughter and excitement.
Hrithik and Aishwarya join forces to concentrate on the tension-filled
portion of the thriller, the Uday/ Bipasha pair provide you with
Roshan steals the show as Aryan, the smart thief ready to outdo
police officers, well supported by Abhishek and Uday.
surprises you too as the stunning tanned beauty who easily tackles
every challenge put to her by Aryan.
its high-powered action sequences matching Hollywood standards,
Dhoom 2 is a winner all the way at the box office!
by Manish Gajjar,
BBC Bollywood Correspondent