Dhoom 2 [Blu-ray]

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Original Yashraj Films Blu-ray Disc

Review

What takes the film to dizzy heights is the sequence of events that unravel at a feverish pace. Right from the start of the film [Hrithik's first heist in Namibia; the robbing of a crown from a moving train] to his next target [robbing a precious diamond from a museum in Mumbai] to the theft in Jamnagar [Hrithik and Ash come face to face for the first time], the film whets your appetite from the word 'Go'. In the first hour focuses on the cat-n-mouse game, the second hour changes tracks as it transforms into a love story. While the scenes between Uday and Bipasha [in a dual role] are cute, the ones between Hrithik and Ash build up slowly. Note the turning point in the tale -- the revolver sequence between Hrithik and Ash and the lip-to-lip kiss that ensues; it's an outstanding sequence from the writing, execution and performance point of view. The pre-climax -- the robbery of man-made gold coins -- as also the climax chase are breath-taking as well. DHOOM 2 is director Sanjay Gadhvi's finest effort so far. The execution of the subject is such, you just can't help get transported to a world of make-believe. Gadhvi has handled a number of sequences with aplomb. The Hrithik-Ash sequence mentioned above is one of them. The dialogue between Hrithik and Abhishek -- after they've known each other's true identities -- is another. The final scene of the enterprise is yet another sequence that indicates that the director has done his homework well. --platform47.com

This Dhoom turns out to be bigger, better and bombastic than its prequel. It is essentially a cops and robbers story with some glamour and humour thrown in. In this tussle between cops and thieves, it is Love that wins in the end. After all, Aashiqon ka janaaza hai, zara Dhoom se niklega. You can skip a roller-coaster ride for a movie like this. And you won't miss a thrill. High speed chases, free-falls, pyrotechnics, death-defying stunts are all rolled together to give you goose bumps in every single reel of this 2.45 hr movie. And a lion's share of credit for this goes to Hrithik Roshan, without whom this movie would have been a soulless body. --platform47.com

Dhoom 2 is full of style, skin show, bikes and action. It has all the ingredients of a big blockbuster as promised with mind-blowing shots of a moving train in the Namibian desert. Hrithik Roshan s introduction scene is far superior to that of John Abraham in Dhoom.

Coming to the performances, it is Hrithik Roshan all the way. In fact Dhoom 2 can be classified as a Hrithik film. He is the real scene-stealer - in fact you can t imagine any other actor carrying off the villain s role with such precision. He shines throughout the film and carries the entire film on his shoulders and takes it to an all-time high. If there s anyone who s bound to get the maximum applause and benefit from Dhoom 2, it is Hrithik. Abhishek is overshadowed by Hrithik s presence. Uday Chopra does well. Aishwarya Rai with her bronzed look dazzles and performs well and the dusky Bipasha also sizzles as the twin sister while as a cop she is okay. As for the music, while Pritam s score is fair, Salim-Suleiman s background music is splendid. --platform47.com

About the Actor

Hrithik Roshan, fondly known as Duggu by his near and dear ones, was born into a filmi family on the 10th of January, 1974. His mother is Pinky Roshan, the daughter of producer and director J.Om Prakash while his father is Rakesh Roshan, who was an actor before turning into a director, besides being the son of music director Roshan. He is the nephew of music director Rajesh Roshan. He also has a sister Sunaina. Hrithik studied at the Bombay Scottish School, Churchgate and has a degree in commerce from Sydenham College. Hrithik Roshan began his career as child artist in the movie "Asha", where he appeared in a dance sequence. He also appeared as child artist in few other films like "Aap Ke Deewane" and "Bhagwan Dada", where his father was in lead role. Before coming to films as an actor Hrithik Roshan assisted his father in the production of films "Karan Arjun" and Koyala". Hritik Roshan made his debut as lead hero in his home production film "Kaho Na Pyar Hai" opposite another debutante actress Amisha Patel. His performance earned him the Filmfare Best Male Debut Award and Filmfare Best Actor Award. Next, Hrithik Roshan Starred in the critically acclaimed films "Fiza" and "Mission Kashmir" with mixed success at box office. Some of Ritik's films like "Mujhse Dosti Karoge", "Na Tum Jaano Na Hum" and "Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage" did poorly at box office and his career looked in doldrums. He made comeback with successful science fiction film "Koi Mil Gaya". The film was highest grosser of the year and also won many Filmfare Awards including the Filmfare Best Actor Award. After taking two year break from acting, Hrithik resurfaced with the superhero film "Krrish" and rocked the box office once again. It was followed by Dhoom 2, which was also a blockbuster.

About the Director

Sanjay Gadhvi November 22, 1965 is an Indian writer and director. He made his directorial debut with Tere Liye (2000) which went un-noticed. His first film with Yash Raj Films was Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai (2002). The film enjoyed moderate success. He first gained fame when he directed the action thriller Dhoom (2004). The film was a huge hit and practically revived the careers of the actors and actresses starring in the film. He then directed the sequel to Dhoom, which is called Dhoom 2. The film starred three of the main actors from the previous film: Abhishek Bachchan, Uday Chopra and Rimi Sen. Hrithik Roshan, Aishwarya Rai and Bipasha Basu were also in the film. The film, famous for its stunts, came out as the highest grosser of 2006. His latest flick- Kidnap, slated to be released soon is a remake of barood- a rishi kapoor-shoma anad starer made around 2 decades back.


Detalles del producto

  • Relación de aspecto : 1.33:1
  • Clasificación de MPAA : s_medNotRated Unrated (Not Rated)
  • Dimensiones del producto : 6.75 x 5.25 x 0.5 pulgadas; 2.88 Onzas
  • Item model number : YRB-30005
  • Director : Sanjay Gadhvi
  • Formato multimedia : Dolby, Importación, NTSC, De pantalla ancha, Alta fidelidad, Anamórfico
  • Tiempo de ejecución : 2 horas y 32 minutos
  • Fecha de lanzamiento : Diciembre 15, 2009
  • Actores : Hrithik Roshan, Abhishek Bachchan, Uday Chopra, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Bipasha Basu
  • Doblado: : Hindi
  • Subtítulos: : Inglés
  • Productores : A.B. Moosa, Aashish Singh, Aditya Chopra, Guy Nockels, Yash Chopra
  • Idioma : Unqualified (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Estudio : Yash Raj
  • Escritores : Aditya Chopra, Vijay Krishna Acharya
  • Número de discos : 1