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Wait... Didn't Snow White have SEVEN dwarves?
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Waste some buck only if you are a avid Hritik Fan or if you want to see the sexy Aish
So grand, so stylish, so ostentatious the cinematography and stunts are, but alas Dhoom 2 can be considered as the most dim-witted sequels in Bollywood this year. From the first scene where the dashing Hritik (Mr. A) makes his classy entry and steals the priceless crown of the Queen, somewhere mid way in a desert until the last scene where Mr. Jr. Bacchan says "The bar is open", you just sit and wonder when your Paisa Wasool would happen. Mr. Sanjayji, when you can spend so much on the stunts and gadgets, have some time to sit and spend some buck for a good script. You just can't use Dhoom 1 as a cash cow to make some profit from Dhoom 2, especially with such a disastrous story line.
Let me review this movie a bit differently. How about stars speaking themselves about the movie? Won't that be fun? Let's try doing it. Over to the star cast
Hritik:- I'm a clever thief Mr. A, who always love to steel priceless things around the world, though neither do I know nor does the director know what I do with those loot. I love to use futuristic sci-fi gadgets in all my operations, But please don't sit and wonder where I get funded for it. Well the story of the movie is "Humnnnn AAAAAAA Actually it's ..Humnnnnn .Wait I'll ask the director, probably he would be knowing it"
Abhishek:- Well I loved the movie, Coz Ash loved it. As far as my role goes, I'm a intelligent cop whose job is to stop Mr. A and arrest him. I have some super natural powers where in I can stay for hours together under water in a Water glider and then pop out of water from no where and kill all the Roughs. I also have to take care of my pregnant wife, Oh no, I'm not speaking of Ash, it's too early to think of that, Rather I was speaking of Rimi sen who plays the role of exasperating spouse of mine in the movie.
Uday Chopra:- I'm a portraying a role of a assistant cop who is guaranteed to irk you with his deadly PJ's and broken English. I have put every effort to act well, and I have faith that one day I'll act like Sharukh Khan (The Interviewer Faints). Till then daddy please give me roles in your movies. Bolo Papaji Ki Jai.
Aishwarya:- So like I play the role of Sunaihri, a supposedly wise and ultra sexy thief to whom even a stud like Hritik can drool for. Like, I loved acting with Abhishek. Like I wear all this micro mini skirts, long enough to cover my overacting and short enough to avoid obstructing you guys perverted views. Like, you guys will forget your popcorn looking at my Ultra gorgeous 36-24-36 curves, just the way I forgot how to act, in this movie. Also I smooch in the movie along with Hrithik, to check out how much green Abhishek can get.
Bipasha:- Hi I'm Bipasha Basu. Bule tho Nahin Mujhe. :) Nobody has a clue what I'm doing in this movie. Even John Abraham is trying to figure it out, and in the process of finding it out he's losing all his Hairs. My role in the movie is to wear a two piece (Bikini) and walk along the shores of Brazilian Sea, and make Uday dream of him having kids with me.
Well that was a exclusive interview by the star cast of Dhoom2 for IMDb. :D :D :D
Well on a serious note: the movie does try to introduce some good Hollywood stunt sequences in Indian Movies. But Holy cow, why do they have to exaggerate so much in every stunt sequence. With such an exaggeration none of the stunt sequence appears to be realistic. Also none of the songs except for the title track is worth hearing, and some songs are just a torture to sit and watch in a 70mm screen.
The only part of the movie that rocks and makes you still feel better after spending a hefty buck watching it at Multiplexes is the Ultra cool, the absolute stud Hritik with his remarkable acting and fantastic styles. Also for guys, it's watching the elegant, beautiful, sexy Shetty Gal Aishwarya Rai in her Minis. Also the cinematography of the movie is grand and can be watch able. Apart from this I can't think of the reason why you have to watch this movie in a theater.
So please Sanjayji, next time if you plan to come up with another sequel to Dhoom, don't you make it such a disaster.
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