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Dhoom 3 Poem In Hindi & English | Aamir Khan

Dhoom 3 Poem In Hindi & English | Aamir Khan

Dhoom 3 Poem In Hindi & English | Aamir Khan

Recently the makers of the movie have launched the teaser of Lal Singh Chadha. The teaser of Lal Singh Chadha is fabulous, and it is getting a good response from the audience. 

People are commenting after watching the teaser of the movie that we can’t wait for the entertainment, and Aamir Khan really a tremendous actor in the Bollywood Industry.

The teaser of the film starts with a poem, and at the start of the teaser, Aamir Khan is showing his back to the audience.

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Today I am going to share a short Dhoom 3 Poem, which has been written by a viral producer Aditya Chopra. Earlier, Aditya Chopra had also been written a poem in Jab Tak Hai Jaan, which had become very popular. 

This poem is also creating a buzz in the audience. Check out the Hindi version of the Dhoom 3 Poem.

Dhoom 3 Poem (Hindi Version)

“Bande Hain Hum Uske, Humpe Kiska Zor
Umeedon Ke Sooraj, Nikle Chaaron or
Iraade hain fauladi, Himmati har kadam

Apne Haathon Kismat Likhne, Aaj Chale Hain Hum”

Really, I have no words of the talent of Aditya Chopra.

In Jab Tak Hai Jaan, he had written a love poem, but this time he has written an Inspirational, Motivational poem. Here, check out the English version of the Dhoom 3 Poem.

Dhoom 3 Poem (English Version)

“We Are His Men, Who Have Control Over Us
Ray Of Hope Is Rising All Around Us
Our Determination Is Steel-Like, Each Step Is Full Of Courage
To Write Our Fate With Our Own Hands, We Start Today”

We all know that because of Aamir Khan, Dhoom 3 is creating a buzz in the audience. Dhoom 3 is being gone to directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya. 

It is being produced by Aditya Chopra under the banner of Yash Raj Films. The movie is scheduled to be released on 25th December 2013

Hey guys, share your views on the Dhoom 3 Poem that how is the poem. Dhoom 3 Poem is better than Jab Tak Hai Jan Poem, and what do you think about the movie. 

Will Dhoom 3 break the records of a superhit Shahrukh Khan’s starer movie “Chennai Express.” Share your view with us in the comment section. 

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