Released On - 29 Jul 2016     2hr 4min

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Title Singer Rating
1 Jaaneman Aah Antara Mitra, Aman Trikha 4 Lyrics 3 : 44
2 Toh Dishoom Shahid Mallya, Raftaar 4 Lyrics 3 : 49
3 Sau Tarah Ke Amit Mishra, Jonita Gandhi 4 Lyrics 3 : 57
4 Sau Tarah Ke (Revisited) Abhijeet Sawant, Aditi Singh Sharma 4 Lyrics 4 : 00
5 Ishqa Antara Mitra, Abhijeet Sawant 4 Lyrics 2 : 47
6 Jaaneman Aah (Flim Version) Nakash Aziz, Antara Mitra 2 Lyrics 3 : 52
7 Subha Hone Na De (Remix) Mika Singh, Shefali Alvares 5 Lyrics 4 : 58


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Viraj, played by Saqib Saleem is a cricketer who mysteriously goes missing, just before the India Pakistan match held in the Middle East. The officials get hold of a video recording of a man claiming to have kidnapped Viraj and that the match should still be played on the scheduled day. The Defense Minister of India appoints special investigation and sends officer Kabir, played by John Abraham to the Middle East to find the cricketer.


While on his mission, Kabir meets a Emirati police officer who helps him start his mission with all his knowledge of the place. They start by checking the CCTV footage of viraj’s hostel where it is discovered he went out with a girl that night but she says at a party they attended he left early. Then they happen to locate his missing phone that was robbed by a girl named ishika, played by Jacqueline Fernandez. She claims to have gotten the phone from a stranger at a market and the guy on the video recording is a struggling actor.


With the help of the actor they draw a sketch of the man who told him to record that video. It turns out to be Cricket bookie Wagah, played by Akshaye Khanna. They trace Viraj tied with a time bomb jacket to a yacht near a hotel but notice that Wagah has fled. They eventually remove the jacket and jump into the water before the bomb explodes. Viraj plays the match the next day, while Wagah is taken into custody while trying to flee.

Dishoom is directed by Rohit Dhawan and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala and Sunil Lulla. The music is composed by Pritam.