A successful series of Bollywood action-comedy films, released in 2004, 2006 and 2013 respectively. Both follow Mumbai supercop Jai Dixit and his partner Ali in their pursuit of supposedly unstoppable thieves. Dhoom 1 features Kabir, leader of a local gang of motorcycle-riding bank robbers. Dhoom 2 has Aryan, an international art thief and master of disguise. Dhoom 3 has Sahir, the son of a circus owner seeking revenge against a bank for destroying his father's circus. Plot Holes abound, but they possibly get away with it by taking Refuge in Audacity.Do not confuse this with Doom, or even a Bollywood knockoff of Doom.
Fanservice: Constantly. Occurs as often with male characters as female characters.
Faux Action Girl: Shonali in 2, Victoria in 3. Despite investigating Aryan's and Sahir's cases respectively for two years, bothe still doesn't know their thieving pattern. Jai figures it out within seconds.
Artistic License - Physics: Everywhere, but perhaps best exemplified by Jai's entrance in the second film. He emerges on a jet ski from underwater at high velocity, soars through the air, and lands safely on a boat.
Actually, while the jump onto the boat may still be pushing it, those 'jet ski's' actually can go underwater for quite a while. Good luck holding your breath though.
Dhoom 3 perhaps sets the record for this, perhaps due to the new director's emphasis on Rule of Cool. Some examples include: