Race car driver's rise and decline

2008-02-01 00:00

Yash Raj Banner created Dhoom with speeding bikes; Tara Rum Pum focuses on speeding cars. This film has lots of style garnished with substance. It focuses on the human spirit of a family and how they overcome stumbling blocks in their lives.

Tragedy strikes and RV is involved in a racing accident and has to be hospitalised for a couple of months. A year later he returns to the race track but has been mentally scared by his accident and no longer has the same passion he initially did for racing. After a series of losses his life takes a turn for the worst - the drama unfolds from riches-to-rags of this spendthrift car racer who is economically challenged as he moves from up-market Manhattan to downtown Queens. It shows you the power of love and bonding, which can make you go through the thick and thin of life with light humour, romance, thrills, tragedy, test of human spirit and final triumph.

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