Abhishek is reprising his role as Jai Dixit and is pitted against Aamir's character of a thief. "I can't say Aamir is my buddy. For the kind of work he has done and is doing there is certain amount of respect that I have for him. I am in awe of him.
I have learnt a lot from him while working with him on this film," Abhishek said. The previous two instalments of 'Dhoom' series saw John Abraham and Hrithik Roshan in negative roles, respectively. "I have had fun working with all of them.
All the three films are very much different and so are these (of villains) characters. For 'Dhoom 3' we have gone a step ahead. I don't look them as villains but as co-stars. It is difficult... unfair to choose who is my favourite (villain)," Abhishek said.
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