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It’s ‘D’ Day – Dhoom’s Day

December 21, 2013 | By

With Aamir Khan playing the charming ‘chor’, Kat adding the glam quotient, and of course Junior B and Junior Chopra carrying the legacy forward, Dhoom is set to sizzle on the screen.

As expected, Dhoom dhoomed its way to making history.

Banking on three Ks – Khan, Kat and Khandaan (Yashraj Banner), Dhoom 3 has already become the biggest opener on a non-holiday collecting around Rs. 30 crore.

Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama tweets, “#Dhoom3 emerges the BIGGEST non-holiday opener ever. Collects Rs. 30 cr+ [early est] on Friday. Hindi version only. Dhoom macha diya indeed!”

The third in the Dhoom series, Dhoom 3 has much more than bikes, babes and ballistic action. With Aamir Khan playing the charming ‘chor’, Kat adding the glam quotient, and of course Junior B and Junior Chopra carrying the legacy forward, Dhoom is set to sizzle on the screen.

The reviews are mostly positive, which will fuel the ‘most-awaited’ wave, pulling the crowd to movie halls – both single screen and multiplexes.

The Times of India gives 4 stars to movie. The newspaper recommends the movie saying, “And the third Dhoom  3’s story with a twist wrapped around it, like the ribbon around a Christmas gift. Merrily unwrap – flying out of the Great Indian Circus, Dhoom 3 is great fun.”

Read the Dhoom 3 review in The Times of India.

Seeing the hype and excitement for the movie, the 200-crore mark appears obvious while the new 300-crore benchmark is on the cards.

It’s interesting to see how the movie fares over the weekend and in the weeks to follow.

 

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