Aamir Khan doesn't want any more 'Dhoom' sequels made
The buzz is that Aamir Khan included a unique clause in his 'Dhoom 3' contract with YRF
What Aamir Khan wants, he usually gets. According to sources, Aamir Khan insisted on a special clause in his contract for the film, Dhoom 3 with Yash Raj Films.
The clause was that the production company will not make any more films with Dhoom franchisee after Dhoom 3. It may be recalled that the big hit of YRF’s stable Dhoom, inspired the film makers to make a franchisee of the film. Aamir is doing the bad man’s role, earlier played by John Abraham and Hrithik Roshan in Dhoom and Dhoom 2 respectively. But Khan apparently wishes this to be the last of the Dhooms.
And according to sources, YRF has agreed to this difficult condition. The spokesperson from YRF however maintains that there is no such clause. “The Dhoom franchise will go on,” he says. Along with Aamir, Dhoom 3 stars Katrina Kaif, Abhishek Bachchan and Uday Chopra. Aamir remained unavailable for comment. Dhoom released in 2004 and Dhoom 2 in 2006. Dhoom 3 is expected to release on the Christmas day this year.