Lesser-known Facts About John Abraham's 'Dhoom' You Probably Didn't Know About

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John Abraham is one of the finest actors and producers in the Bollywood industry today. Read ahead to know some lesser-known facts about John Abraham.

Written By Pooja Dhar | Mumbai | Updated On:
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John Abraham is one of the finest actors and producers in the Bollywood industry today. Having completed almost two decades in the industry, John has successfully created his own unique place in the hearts of the audience and currently enjoys a huge fan-base. The star debuted in the Bollywood industry with Mahesh Bhatt’s Jism (2003).

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However, John rose to fame with Sanjay Gadhvi's Dhoom (2004). The plot of the film revolved around a mysterious gang of bikers, who are on a robbing spree. ACP Jai gets Ali, a mechanic, to assist him in the case. With the clock ticking, it's up to them to nab the thieves red-handed. The cast of Dhoom also includes Abhishek Bachchan, Uday Chopra, Rimi Sen, and Esha Deol in lead roles. Here are some lesser-known facts about this most popular John Abraham film:

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Lesser-known facts about Dhoom

  • Salman Khan was the first choice for John Abraham's role.
  • Yash Chopra had signed Sanjay Dutt for John Abraham's role, but due to prior commitments, Dutt had to opt-out. That's when Aditya Chopra decided to cast a younger face in the villain's role, and John Abraham was cast to play the part.
  • Originally the movie was supposed to have top-of-the-line sports cars. Later, the director, Sanjay Gadhvi decided to have motorcycles because the actors' faces could be seen clearly.

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  • The bikes used in the film are the Suzuki Hayabusa (1300cc), the Suzuki GSX-R600 (600cc) and the Suzuki Bandit (1200cc). The bikes were sourced from Pune.
  • Sanjay Gadhvi had shot many erotically romantic scenes between Abhishek Bachchan and Rimi Sen. However, he was sure that the scenes between Bachchan and Sen might not go well with the Indian audience. Therefore, he decided to cut these scenes from the film.
  • This was the first action film to be made by Yash Raj Films after a span of 16 years, i.e. after Vijay (1988).

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