Two straight guys pretend to be gay in order to secure a Miami apartment. When both of them fall for their roommate Neha, hilarity ensues as they strive to convince one and all that they're gay, secretly trying to win her heart.
A gang of bikers headed by the cool-headed and arrogant Kabir is on a robbing spree in Mumbai. They rob establishments and then zip away on their superbikes. ACP Jai Dixit is the case in-charge and he recruits a bumbling bike mechanic and racer named Ali to chase the gang on a bike and help Jai nab them. Kabir accepts the challenge, and pulls off another robbery amidst a function. This causes Jai and Ali to call it off. Jai resigns from the police force and Ali goes back to his daily job. Meanwhile Kabir has lost one of his team members and recruits Ali for their final job in Goa. The action shifts from the congested Mumbai traffic to the sunny Goa for the final showdown between cops and robbers. Written by
Originally the movie was supposed to have top-of-the-line sports cars. Then the director, Sanjay Gadhvi wanted to have motorcycles because the actors' faces could be seen clearly. Also, he was also crazy about motorcycles when he was young. See more »
When a shirtless John Abraham is shooting baskets at his hideout, he has no tattoo on his torso. But when he's on the beach, there's a dragon tattoo to the left of his navel. See more »
After Kabir crashes Rahul's Car... You are very luck Rahul, you could have been in that car too. We are thieves... We tend to disappear in smoke, the moment police see fire, its all over... Nobody can break my rules... Not even me.
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The 'yash raj films' logo has the sound of vrooming bikes instead of the original musical theme. See more »
This is a moderately engaging bike movie. It's not very exciting but is reasonable time-pass entertainment. John Abraham plays the amoral thief and while he's an average actor, he certainly looks cool on a bike with sunglasses. Uday Chopra is surprisingly funny and not as annoying as usual. Abhishek Bachchan is stuck with the conventional role. He tries hard but the focus of the film is clearly on John. The title track "Dhoom Macha Le" is pretty catchy and you may leave the theater humming the tune. Esha Deol and Rimi Sen have little to do except look gorgeous. Watchable film.
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