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Aamir Khan Dhooms BMW K 1300R

Dhoom 3, the much awaiting sequel of Dhoom series got its first look when Aamir Khan was snapped on shoot while driving a sporty black BMW K 1300R in the streets of Chicago. Though the K 1300R is an old stock in motorcyclism, it's a perfect scenario for robbery scenes. The 2009 debutant, K 1300R is powered by a liquid cooled, four stroke, transverse four cylinder, DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder, 1293cc engine. The motorcycle produces a peak power of 173 hp @ 9,250 rpm and maximum torque of 140 Nm @ 8,250 rpm. The machine can run to a maximum speed of 250 kmph which is so funnier for burglary.

Aamir Khan BMW K 1300R

It was in 2004, the first part of Dhoom got released. Starring John Abraham and Amitab Bachan, it was a big success in the film industry under the direction of veteran, Sanjay Gadhvi. Witnessing a new theme of screen play and robbery, the filming was quiet a new experience to the Indian viewers. And in 2006, the second part got projected. This time, Hrithik Roshan had the lead role with the same director of its first sequel. Though it was ain't that much triumph in the box office as expected, it could easily cash back the gross budget of the movie.



The 3rd sequel of Dhoom series is expected to project big screens by 2013. Its shooting is going on. The Aamir Khan Starrer movie is filming directed by the screenplay writer of Dhoom series, Vijay Krishna Acharya. All 3 movies are produced by the king maker of Bollywood film industry, Aditya Chopra and the originals are scored by Pritam.

Aamir Khan BMW K 1300R

Last updated on 13-08-2012. Published on 13-08-2012. Written by .
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