If recent buzz from tinsel town is to be believed, then audiences will not be seeing any more sequels of the action thriller franchise "Dhoom".
According to reports, Aamir Khan, who plays the role of a villain in "Dhoom 3", has pushed Yash Raj Films (YRF) to add an exclusive clause in the contract which states that the production company will not make any more sequels after "Dhoom 3".
Though no formal announcement has been made, it is reported that YRF has agreed to the condition put forth by the Aamir Khan, reported Mid-Day.
However, a spokesperson from YRF has denied that such a clause was put up in the contract. "The Dhoom franchise will go on," he said.
Apart from Abhishek Bachchan and Udya Chopra, who featured in the first two installments of the of the series, Aamir Khan and Katrina Kaif are also playing the lead in "Dhoom 3".
According to reports, Aamir Khan will don the role of a circus gymnast in the film.
Briefing on Aamir's character in the film, a source said, "He will be indulging intrapeze and mid-air acts for the shoot."
"Dhoom 3" is directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya and produced by Aditya Chopra. The movie is set hit the screens on 25 December.
While John Abraham was roped in for the lead role in the first installment of the series, Hrithik Roshan was cast in "Dhoom 2" that also featured Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.