Producer: Yash Raj Films
Director: Sanjay Gadhavi
Cast: Uday Chopra, John Abraham, Abhishek Bachchan, Esha Deol and Rimi Sen
A gang of robbers led by Kabir (John Abraham)are up to robbing banks, giving nightmares to the police department. The robbers commute on their hi-tech bikes, the slickest, meanest and fastest riding machines on the road. Its difficult to catch them because after the robbery they disguise themselves as pizza delivery men. Jai (Abhishek Bachchan), an honest police officer, is entrusted the responsibility of nabbing the culprits. Jay needs the help of a street-smart guy and seeks out Ali (Uday Chopra. Ali is a garage mechanic with hot biking skills. Although Jai and Ali don't really get along, they work together to solve the case. From the mean streets of Mumbai, the focus shifts to the beaches of Goa. Can Jai and Ali nab Kabir and his gang? Dhoom has style, but no substance. Dhoom fails miserably in terms of a good script. The movie is full of thrill and excitement but the end result if missing. The movie fails to make an impact. Abhishek Bachchan provides a natural performance. Uday Chopra surprises with his comic performance and is very funny. John handles some scenes very well too. The girls hardly get any chance to display their skills. Perizaad has a special apperance opposite Uday. Director Sanjay Gadhavi has concentrated too heavily in making each frame look beautiful and in the process completely forgot that the film has a very weak story line. Pritam's music sounds good to the ears. Cinematography is first-rate. On the whole the film will do good with the young generation but is a complete letdown as far as the script goes.