Ghoom (film)

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Directed byAshish Patil
Written byAshish Patil
Mahesh Ramchandani
Rahul Patel
Ashok Khanna
Varun Grover
Based onDhoom by
Vijay Krishna Acharya
Produced bySailesh Dave
StarringSumeet Raghavan
Gaurav Chopra
Ajay Gehi
Purbi Joshi
CinematographyMadhu Vanier
Edited byVivek - Mayoor
Music byLovvkhush
Distributed byViacom 18
Release date
  • 2 June 2006 (2006-06-02)
Running time
60 minutes

Ghoom is an Indian parody comedy film directed by Ashish Patil and produced by Runaway Productions on 2 June 2006. The film is a spoof of 2004 film Dhoom.[2] The film stars Sumeet Raghavan, Ajay Gehi, Purbi Joshi and Gaurav Chopra.


Cops, robbers, big bikes and even bigger women – that's what ‘Ghoom’ is all about! The movie puts the whole cops-and-robbers genre on the frying pan and serves it funny side up! It's about a super cop, who wants to nab a gang of five biker thieves, who also double up as pizza delivery guys to hide their real identity. Being fast ones on fast machines, they always escape our super cop. So, bullying someone as fast as them into joining him seems the only option left for our super cop if he wants to foil their next robbery. Enter the mechanic who turns out to be a bigger idiot than the cop. The mega robbery that's supposed to happen at a well-known dance bar finally turns into a riot of idiotic incidents.



  1. ^ "MTV India forays into films; spoofs 'Dhoom'". 18 May 2006. Retrieved 6 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Now, MTV forays into 'fully faltoo' films". 22 May 2006. Retrieved 6 February 2019.

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