Dhoom 3 (transl. Blast 3) is a 2013 Indian Hindi-language action thriller film written and directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya and produced by Aditya Chopra, It stars Aamir Khan, Katrina Kaif, Abhishek Bachchan and Uday Chopra. It is the third installment of the Dhoom series and the sequel to Dhoom (2004) and Dhoom 2 (2006).
The film sees Abhishek Bachchan and Uday Chopra reprise their roles as protagonists Jai and Ali. Aamir Khan plays the antagonist. Tabrett Bethell and Andrew Bicknell are also featured in supporting roles. Dhoom 3 was released on 20 December 2013, as the first Indian film to be released in the IMAX motion picture film format with Dolby Atmos surround sound.
The film went on to gross ₹4 billion (US$56 million) worldwide in just ten days, to become the eleventh highest-grossing Indian film of all time. The film was screened during the 2014 International Film Festival of India in the Celebrating Dance in Indian Cinema section.
In the year 1990, “The Great Indian Circus” owned by Iqbal Haroon Khan in Chicago, Illinois gets closed when he is unable to repay his loan. Young Sahir, his little son, pleads that the two would soon turn the corner. But Iqbal’s rejected and commits suicide in front of the heartless bank leader Anderson. Twenty-three years later, Sahir robs various branches of Western Bank of Chicago. Despite all efforts of law enforcement, the robbery isn’t foiled and he successfully gets away. Officer Victoria calls ACP Jai Dixit and his partner (Sub-Inspector) Ali, for help in solving the case. Jai baits Sahir into robbing again by making it known he’s on the case and that the thief’s an amateur. On the other hand, Sahir starts the great indian circus again which was closed due to Iqbal’s death. That is when he falls in love with Aaliya, a new acrobat in his circus. Sahir poses as an informant for Jai, and manages to gather information on the bank while giving Jai a lead to follow. Eventually, Sahir robs the bank and escapes, but Jai and Ali follow him. Jai, while hanging on a helicopter ladder, manages to shoot Sahir on the left shoulder before he disappears.
Sahir has a big premiere of a revamped version of The Great Indian Circus, with his female lead acrobat, Aaliya, involving a trick with him disappearing in one place and showing up in another. The show is a success, but afterwards, Jay, Ali, and the police surround him, knowing he’s the thief. Jai says the proof will be the gunshot wound, but when Sahir is examined, there is no evidence anywhere on his body. It is then revealed that Sahir has an autistic twin brother, Samar, who helps him pull off his trick, helps him in planning and pulling of the robberies and he also shows it was Samar who sustained the wound.
Jai is fired from the case, but is encouraged by Ali to prove Sahir’s guilt by going rogue. Jai eventually finds out about Samar, and sets about finding a way to corner Sahir. Samar, being mentally challenged, is kept in seclusion by Sahir. However, he allows Samar outdoors once a week, and Jai manages to befriend him during this time in order to perform his plan. Samar has fallen in love with Aaliya after performing with her in the circus, but cannot express it. This leads to a rift between the brothers. Jai tries to take advantage of this, but Sahir finds out and thwarts Jai’s plan to stop them. When Sahir comes in the disguise of Samar, Jai reveals his true identity and assuming him to be Samar, tells him to surrender since he can give them justice. When Sahir reveals himself, he ties Jai to the track of a roller coaster and tells him that he used Samar for his own benefit. He switches the roller coaster on but Ali arrives in time to save him from being crushed. He decides the only way to catch the brothers is in the act of robbing. Sahir and Samar pull off their final bank heist, and escape. However, the following day, Jai manages to corner them as they’re making their way out of town. They rob on 22 May. Samar is hesitant to run when Aaliya shows up, begging him to stop. Sahir surrenders to Jai, asking him to spare Samar. Jai agrees, but right after, Sahir attempts to jump off the dam. Samar grabs Sahir’s hand, refusing to let him go. Sahir begs Samar otherwise, saying he can live freely with Aaliya. But Samar says that both of them are born together and should die together. Eventually, the two of them jump off the dam together. Western Bank of Chicago is shut down as a result of the heists, while Aaliya is shown having taken over The Great Indian Circus and still performing for it.The film ends with the title track “Dhoom Machale”.
Aamir Khan in dual role as Sahir Iqbal Khan and Samar Iqbal Khan (twins)
Abhishek Bachchan as ACP Jai Dixit, Mumbai Police crime branch
Uday Chopra as Ali Khan
Katrina Kaif as Aaliya Hussain
Jackie Shroff as Iqbal Haroon Khan
Tabrett Bethell as Victoria Williams
Andrew Bicknell as Mr. Warren Anderson
Vikas Shrivastav as the Tamilian Don
Siddharth Nigam in dual role as young Sahir and young Samar (extended cameo)
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