For the ones blind to this international phenomenon, Bollywood is a mode of movie originating in, and very talked-about in, India. The time period is a portmanteau of Bombay (the outdated name of Mumbai) and Hollywood, and it is smart — Bollywood movies are huge spectacles that harken again to vintage motion pictures of the Thirties and Forties however mirror storytelling and presentation components widespread in Indian tradition. The “Fast and Furious” motion pictures are definitely huge undertakings, however they are not anything like “Dhoom,” which places an India-produced, Bollywood-style spin at the saga.
The “Fast and Furious” movies have a little bit little bit of the entirety, and so does “Dhoom,” however extra — in particular the addition of more than one well-populated, intricately choreographed and passionately sung musical numbers. Launched in 2004, the primary of 3 “Dhoom” motion pictures considerations police officer Jai Dixit, squaring off with Kabir, the chief of a bike gang that still phases primary heists. Dixit will get a side road racer named Ali to prevent the group, and that brings them proper up shut to vehicular chases, explosions, and scantily clad feminine race fanatics. The giant distinction between “Fast and Furious” and “Dhoom” franchises is that the previous has a wall-to-wall rap soundtrack and automobiles, and the latter has musical numbers and motorbikes.