New faces on Dhoom 3 are Aamir Khan (as Sahir and Samar), Katrina Kaif (as Aaliya), Jackie Shroff (as Iqbal Haroon Khan, Father of Sahir and Samar) Andrew Bicknell (as Anderson, owner of One of the biggest chain of banks in Chicago - Western Bank of Chicago) and Tabrett Bethell (as Victoria, local police associate). The regular faces are that of ACP Jai Dixit (Abhishek Bachchan) and Ali Akbar (Uday Chopra). Story writer and director Vijay Krishna Acharya and producer Aditya Chopra have put in all their efforts possibly to make it another hit, which is being proven right, looking at the collection at box office in India and abroad.
If the collection goes beyond estimated, the whole credit would go to Aamir Khan who has stolen the show with his usual style of gelling well with the character that he has to live in any movie. And if the collection goes less than the estimation, the discredit must go on the poor story line even after putting lot of efforts by other sections to overcome the shortfall. Katrina has as usual nothing to give much to the credit of a movie except using her unilateral talent that she carries since beginning of her career. Abhishek Bachchan has nothing fresh to provide in Dhoom 3. In fact he seems to be lingering on with the same style of working. Uday Chopra also had the same style of comedy.
In any case Dhoom 2 still stays at the top among all three versions so far as far as story, direction, perfection, comedy, acting and delivery is concerned, may be due to Hrithik Roshan whose acting and delivery is difficult to beat by anyone in the industry. Even Abhishek Bachchan and Uday Chopra were better in Dhoom 2. Overall, still a good to watch and enjoy movie, because of two Aamir Khans in the movie with excellent piece of acting by both characters.