Dhoom Reloaded: Dhoom 4 is on the cards. This is how we know
Dhoom is soon getting back to the big screen. Who will essay the lead role?
Yash Raj Films (YRF) offered their fans a glimpse of heaven with bikes, babes and chases on December 17. A lot of YRF subscribers across the internet held their breath as they clicked on a certain video. Titled 'Dhoom Reloaded', this video is a medley of all three films of the Dhoom franchise.
From the first Dhoom, with John Abraham's bike chases to the second, with Hrithik Roshanand Aishwarya Rai's oh-so-hot chemistry and the third, with Katrina Kaif and Aamir Khanscorching the screen, this video gave many people hope that Dhoom hasn't been kissed goodbye to.
Earlier, after Dhoom 3, there was much speculation that the makers might finally put a full stop to the frachise, while contradictory theories were rife too. However, seems like the producers have put all discussion on that topic to rest by nearly proclaiming it out loud that Dhoom Reloaded - the fourth instalment in the series - is fact.
As for Dhoom fans, the current topic of debate has moved from whether or not there will be another Dhoom to who will star in it. It is pretty well-known by now that Uday Chopra's Ali of the last three films will not be part of the next Dhoom. Chopra had taken to Twitter after Dhoom 3 to announce his 'retirement' from films.
While fans had zeroed in on Hrithik Roshan as the lead in Dhoom 4, there's still talk that Shah Rukh Khan might have to don the mantle of the Dhoom hero this time around. Whether or not he gets to play the lead in this Dhoom is probably something only time will tell.
As for their respective work-lives, while Hrithik is busy with Ashutosh Gowariker's Mohenjo Daro these days, Shah Rukh has the release of Rohit Shetty's Dilwale on December 18. Following Dilwale, Khan has Manish Sharma's Fan and Rahul Dholakia's Raees lined up for 2016.