Boom (film)

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Boom movie poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed byKaizad Gustad
Produced byAyesha Shroff
Written byKaizad Gustad
StarringAmitabh Bachchan
Gulshan Grover
Jackie Shroff
Zeenat Aman
Katrina Kaif
Music bySandeep Chowta
Tavlin Singh
Release date
  • September 19, 2003 (2003-09-19)
Running time
110 minutes

Boom is a 2003 Indian black comedy thriller Bollywood film released on 19 September 2003. It explores the involvement of the fashion world with underworld crime.

Directed by Kaizad Gustad and produced by Jackie Shroff's wife, Ayesha Shroff, the film features Amitabh Bachchan, Jackie Shroff, Gulshan Grover, Padma Lakshmi, Madhu Sapre, Zeenat Aman and Katrina Kaif. Boom was Katrina Kaif's debut film. She was a last-minute replacement of model Meghna Reddy.[1]


Anu Gaekwad (Madhu Sapre), Sheila Bardez (Padma Lakshmi) and Rina Kaif (Katrina Kaif) are three of India's top models and they are participating in a fashion show hosted by a prestigious brand of diamond jewelers. While on the ramp of the fashion show, one of the other models (perhaps intentionally) trips Anu, and she goes crashing down, which is a model's worst nightmare. Anu's supportive friends, Sheila and Rina, come to the rescue. The trio immediately confront the model who had tripped Anu and the argument (held in front of the audience) degenerates into a catfight. As the women scuffle with each other, they are met with a big surprise. Hundreds of glittering stolen diamonds, which were due to be smuggled out of the country, fall from the model's hair and on to the ramp, only to be snatched up by paparazzi and celebrities alike.

Anu, Sheila and Rina are in shock as the fashion show turns to mayhem. The stolen diamonds are priceless and have to be recovered by the gangsters, who hold the three glamorous models responsible for the heist-gone-wrong. The diamonds were due to be smuggled to Dubai and were stolen by Chhote Mia (Jackie Shroff). They were then to be handed to his brothers. The leader of the trio, Bade Mia (Amitabh Bachchan) is determined to get the diamonds back and so begins a cat-and-mouse game between the three models and the three gangsters.


Box office[edit]

The film performed very poorly at the box office.[2] Its lifetime collections amounted to no less than Rs. 12 million .[3] The producer of the film, Ayesha Shroff, had to sell some assets for herself and her husband (Jackie Shroff) ;[4] the money owed to one financier alone amounted to Rs. 180 million. Shroff later indicated that her marriage suffered as a consequence, and that her relationship with her husband "was tough after Boom."[4]


The soundtrack was composed by Sandeep Chowta and Talvin Singh.[5]

# Song Writer Vocalist(s)
1 "Boom" Talvin Singh Ila Arun
2 "Mundian To Bach Ke" Punjabi MC Labh Janjua
3 "Nachna Tere Naal" (Dance With You) Rishi Rich, Jay Sean, Juggi D. Jay Sean, Juggi D.
4 "I See You Baby" Andrew Cato, Tom Findlay, Tod Wooten Groove Armada, Gram'ma Funk
5 "Dope The Pope" Sandeep Chowta Sukhwinder Singh, Sowmya Raoh
6 "Punjabi 5-0" The Dum Dum Project The Dum Dum Project
7 "Zindabad" Talvin Singh Ravi Singh
8 "Ramp-age" Sandeep Chowta Sowmya Raoh
9 "Nuttin Happen" D'Caro D'Caro
10 "Seduction Saavariya" Sandeep Chowta Sonu Kakkar, Sunitha Sarathy
11 "Two Dons and a Bitch" Sandeep Chowta Sandeep Chowta
12 "It's Safe" D'Caro D'Caro
13 "The Crawford Market Feeling" Sandeep Chowta Sandeep Chowta
14 "Bhavani Dayani" Jez Humble Jez Humble
15 "Boom" (Dat Guy Remix) Talvin Singh Ila Arun


  1. ^ Bhatt, Tripti (13 March 2015). "Katrina Kaif at India Today Conclave: Salman will always remain an important part of my life". India Today. Retrieved 9 August 2016.
  2. ^ Ayaz, Shaikh (1 September 2006). "Jackie may revive his banner". Daily News & Analysis. Retrieved 4 September 2016.
  3. ^ "Boom (2003) – Box Office Earnings". Bollywood Hungama. Retrieved 4 September 2016.
  4. ^ a b Vickey Lalwani (18 August 2009). "Kat is Turquotte, not Kaif: Ayesha Shroff". The Times of India. Retrieved 4 September 2016 – via Mumbai Mirror.
  5. ^ "How AB became Bade Mia". 1 September 2003. Retrieved 9 February 2018.

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