Friday, May 15, 2009

Review of Dhoom 2.

Review of Dhoom 2.

Dhoom 2 was a film released few years back. Hrithik Roshan and Aishwarya Rai were cast in negative roles. So the producers and directors took a huge risk in giving negative roles to romantic actors and actresses of the stature of Hrithik Roshan and Aishwarya Rai.

Hrithik Roshan was an international thief. Most of his operations were done with very high quality of high-tech power. He was a master of disguises. In many operations he took make ups which compelled viewers to think that he had been statutes of museums.

Abhishek Bacchan was given the responsibility of arresting Hrithik Roshan that it was proved that Hrithik was smarter than the cops. Aishwarya Rai was the other thief who entered into a partnership with Hrithik Roshan for committing stealing operations.

Abhishek Bacchan was well supported by Bipasha Basu who also took police training. Both of them had affair and worked together to arrest Hrithik and Aishwarya. When they confronted each other, Hrithik fell from a cliff and made the police believe that he had died. But he escaped and lived a new life with Aishwarya Rai in another part of the world.

But Abhishek Bacchan arrested Hrithik Roshan at the end of the film when he found him serving in hotel industry. He did not put Hrithik behind bars as he informed him about the place where the stolen property was kept. The music of the film was super hit. All the songs in the film became extremely popular including the songs “crazy kiya re”, “dhoom machale”, “my name is ali”, etc.

The romantic locations all across the world including sunny beaches added attraction for the viewers. Bipasha Basu’s exposure in the film as usual pulled lot of crowds to the halls. Hrithik Roshan and Aishwarya Rai’s online chemisty made the viewers speechless.

Dhoom 2 did even greater business than Dhoom. Dhoom 2 even brought back the box-office of Aishwarya Rai who did not hit films in the preceding years before Dhoom 2. The film once again proved that Hrithik Roshan was a genius. His charishmatic endeavours were too good for Indian audience who were not used to see Hollywood performances.

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