He plot revolves around in the 1990s, Indian magician Iqbal Haroon Khan struggled to keep his circus from collapsing. We are relying on the Bank of West Chicago for this circus to survive. But bank owner Anderson is pushing for the closure. As a special show, Khan shows Anderson one of his best shows and tries not to disband the circus. However, Anderson, who was deliberately trying to shut down the circus group, did nothing and Khan committed suicide. Sahir Khan, who narrated the incident with his father and was expecting help from Anderson, saw it from beginning to end.
Sahir Khan is currently reviving the Great Indian Circus. We need a dancer who can dance like a goddess for this circus show. He discovered a very active girl as a dancer. On the other hand, it is trying to demolish the West Chicago Bank. But what he is trying to do is not within the law. They are breaking through branches and running away with magic tricks. Each time he broke through, he wrote the family motto in Hindi. Chicago police have called on Indian police chief Jai Dixit and his partner Ali for help.
Jai Dixit, an acquaintance of Chicago Police Chief Victoria, was able to carry out the investigation without difficulty, but the suspect was missing, so Jai humbly criticized the suspect on television. Reluctantly, Sahir opened another branch in front of Jai. Unfortunately, Jai was able to shoot Sahir in the arm. Sahir was found with no gunshot wounds when Jai intercepted Sahir with his injuries. According to Sahir, his father Khan intended to show the world a wonderful secret. What was the secret he inherited from his father?
Dhoom 3, starring Aamir Khan as the magician Sahir and Katrina Kaif as the dancer Aaliya, is more shot than the previous Dhoom films and features more beauty and dance moves. It is designed to be the best in battle rooms. Katrina Kaif’s beautiful dance moves are meticulously detailed and many motorcycle stunts are meticulously shot. Unexpected story. Best shot It was created with the most beautiful scenes, but when the role of the Chicago Police Force was reduced to Indian, it went a little too far. The storyline is weaker than in previous films, and Sahir’s plot is larger, so Jai’s investigation has been scaled down, and the plot is heavy.
Starring Abhishek Bachchan as Jai Dixit and Uday Chopra as Ali, it has a rating of 6.4 on IMDB. Rotten Tomatoes also has a Tomatometer rating of 86%, which is the best combination of beauty and roughness in the tradition of Dhoom movies. Enjoy the usual Dhoom song at the end of the story along with Katrina Kaif’s dance moves.