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‘Dhoom’ was life-changing experience: Abhishek Bachchan

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Mumbai, Aug 27 :

On this day 10 years ago, “Dhoom”, the first of Bollywood’s hit thriller heist franchise, hit the screens. Actor Abhishek Bachchan, who has starred in all three films, says the movie was a life-changing experience for him.

“10yrs ago my life changed! #10yrsofDhoom thank u all 4 the constant love and support. @udaychopra @TheJohnAbraham @Esha_Deol @SanjayGadhvi4,” Abhishek tweeted Wednesday.

Abhishek Bachchan
Abhishek Bachchan

Directed by Sanjay Gadhvi and produced by Aditya Chopra under the famed Yash Raj Films banner, “Dhoom” also stars Uday Chopra, John Abraham, Esha Deol and Rimi Sen.

Abhishek plays a no-nonsense police officer, who cracks a case involving a motorbike gang that loots banks. John plays the leader of the gang, and Uday features as Abhishek’s sidekick in the movie.

The sequel to “Dhoom”, “Dhoom 2: Back in Action” came out in 2006, with Hrithik Roshan playing the antagonist, and “Dhoom:3”, which released last year, saw Aamir Khan in the villain’s role.

Arjun Rampal finds peace in Langkawi

Away from the hustle bustle of Mumbai, Arjun Rampal is soaking in the joy of peace and tranquility in Langkawi, where he will be shooting for his new film “Roy”.

“In beautiful Langkavi, Malaysia. Paradise found. Time to energise, absorb nature.#tranquilty #Roy #nature #love #peace,” Arjun posted on his Twitter page Wednesday.

“Roy” is being directed by debutant Vikramjit Singh.

Paresh Rawal guarded about ‘OMG: Oh My God!’ sequel

Following the critical and commercial success of “OMG: Oh My God!”, there have been talks about a sequel to the movie. But actor Paresh Rawal wishes to be guarded about any details as of now.

“We have been working on it (the sequel), but I can’t reveal much,” Paresh said here.

The 2012 movie “OMG – Oh My God” was loved by Bollywood audiences for its satirical take on people’s blind belief in god.

“It was a very relatable film. The best part is that many people – from eight years old to 30 years old – have loved the film, and that’s a big victory for us,” he said of the movie, which even won a National award.

(IANS)