Director: Rohit Dhawan
Cast: John Abraham as Kabir Shergill, Varun Dhawan as Junaid Ansari, Jacqueline Fernandez as Meera 'Ishika' Behl, Akshaye Khanna as Rahul 'Wagah' Kabiraj, Saqib Saleem as Viraj Sharma, Nargis Fakhri as Samira Dalal, and Parineeti Chopra as Muskaan Raza Qureshi
48 hours before the final match between India and Pakistan during a tournament, India's top cricketer Viraj Sharma goes missing. Indian authorities receive a videotape of an unknown person claiming to kidnap Vijay and warns them not to cancel the final match. Special task force officer, Kabir Shergill IPS is sent out to U.A.E for 36-hour manhunt. There Kabir bumps into a rookie local police officer Junaid Ansari and teams up with him. With the help of the CCTV footage of Viraj's hotel, they find out that Viraj went out with a local persona named Samira Dalal. After confronting Samira they find out that Vijay went to a birthday party with her but he left soon.
They start tracking Vijay's phone which leads them to a pick-pocketer Ishika. Ishika reveals that she stole the phone from a stranger in a supermarket. Kabir and Junaid are able to identify the person in the threatening video as a struggling actor being used as a bait. Later it is revealed that the real kidnapper is a cricket bookie who goes by the name Wagah. Wagah along with his assistant made a deal with Vijay to underplay in the final match. But when the deal didn't work out, they eventually abducted him. Will Kabir and Junaid be able to rescue Vijay is a thing to watch!
Dishoom was made on a budget of 55 crores and earned 121.12 crores at the box office. The movie received mixed reviews but the action sequences of the film were highly appreciated.