Directed by Sanjay Gadhvi
Healthy diet is a must. But sometimes you can’t help craving for junk food. Dhoom 2 is like masala street grub, tangy and savoury. Of course, it does absolutely nothing to your intellect and soul but is finger-licking fun. It would be easy to call it all style, no substance. But a cops-and-robbers heist film doesn’t urgently require a story. My worry was certainly not about the content but whether it would be entertaining enough. I enjoyed it, specially the smashing first half with master thief Aryan, aka Mr A (a supercool Hrithik), changing clever disguises and running away with the loot, be it in a lone train in the Namibian desert or a Mumbai museum. In between, he also dances swimmingly to Vaibhavi Merchant’s (the Kajra Re creator) energetic choreography.
Mr A’s love story with another thief, Sunehri (Ash), does slacken the...