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Dhoom (English: Blast) is a 2004 Indian action thriller film written by Vijay Krishna Acharya and directed by Sanjay

Gadhvi. The film stars Abhishek Bachchan, Uday Chopra, John Abraham, Esha Deol and Rimi Sen in lead roles. Dhoom was the first action film produced by Yash Raj Films in 16 years, since Yash Chopra directed Vijay (1988). It tells the story of motorbike gangs in Mumbai and the police officer teamed up with a motorbike dealer to stop them. Earning over 290 million (US$4.7 million) Nett Gross in India, the film became one of the top-grossing [3] Hindi films of 2004. It spawned a film series, with its sequel Dhoom 2, released on 24 November 2006, and Dhoom 3 released on 20 December 2013.
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1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Crew 4 Reception 5 Awards 6 Soundtrack 7 References 8 External links

Plot[edit]
The story starts in the city of Mumbai where a motorbike gang starts breaking into banks and other public places and vanishing on Western Express Highway. Assistant Commissioner of Police Jai Dixit (Abhishek Bachchan) a no-nonsense cop, is called inside the case. Dixit seeks the help of a thief named Ali Akbar (Uday Chopra) and devises a trap to catch the gang, but it fails. Kabir (John Abraham), the leader of the gang, eventually taunts Dixit by saying that he couldn't catch him even if he were right in front of him. He is proven correct and the failure of Dixit seemingly leads to the break-up of his partnership with Khan. Kabir then lures Ali into his gang to take place of Rohit, the gang member who was killed by ACP Dixit. Ali falls in love with Sheena (Esha Deol), another gang member. The gang later goes to Goa to perform one last big heist before becoming disbanded forever. Kabir now sets his eyes on the biggest casino in all of India. Kabir and his gang swiftly loot the casino on New Year's Eve, but soon they realize that Dixit has led them right into a trap. Ali Khan was working for Dixit the whole time and a fight ensues. Kabir manages to escape from ACP Dixit, and goes back to the gang's truck where Khan has tied up Sheena. Kabir then viciously beats up Khan for his betrayal, but Khan is saved by the timely arrival of Dixit at the scene. The gang flees, except for Sheena; while Dixit and Khan give chase. All the gang members sans Kabir are killed by Dixit and Khan. Kabir tries to escape on his bike. He is then cornered by Dixit and Khan with nowhere to go. So Kabir decides to commit suicide rather than let Dixit arrest him,

and rides his bike over the edge of a cliff and into the water. The movie ends with Dixit and Khan bickering as usual. It is hinted at the end that Sheena will be arrested.

Cast[edit]
Abhishek Bachchan as ACP Jai Dixit, works for Mumbai police and working on catching thieves. Uday Chopra as Ali Akbar Fateh Khan, who assists Jai. John Abraham as Kabir, the first main villain of Dhoom. Esha Deol as Sheena, Ali's first love interest. Rimi Sen as Mrs. Sweety Dixit, Jai's wife. Manoj Joshi as Assistant Commissioner of Police Kamal Ajay Pande as Vinod Sanjay M Singh as Rahul (Kabir's friend) 2nd man of Kabir's thieving gang. Farid Amiri as Tony (Kabir's friend) 3rd man of Kabir's thieving gang. Rohit Chopra as Rohit (Kabir's friend) 4th man of Kabir's thief gang and a brother of Rahul. Bhupinder as a Chor Bazaar Goon Mehul Bhojak as Manu Yusuf Hussain as Police Commissioner Mukesh Ahuja Perizaad Zorabian in a cameo role Arjun Sablok in a cameo role Arav Chaudhary (Kabir's friend)

Crew[edit]
Director: Sanjay Gadhvi Writer: Vijay Krishna Acharya Editor: Rameshwar S Bhagat Background score : Salim-Sulaiman Art director: Pramod Guruji and Vinod Guruji Audiography: Dwarak Warrier Photography: Nirav Shah Action director: Allan Amin Score (songs): Pritam Lyrics (songs): Sameer Choreography : Vaibhavi Merchant, Shiamak Davar Producer: Aditya Chopra Executive Producer: Shahnaab Alam

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