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Product Details

  • Actors: Salman Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Katrina Kaif (Item Number), Mahesh Manjrekar, Shatrughan Sinha
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: Hindi
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Reliance Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 18, 2011
  • Run Time: 134 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005GTMSQY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #170,897 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Product Description

Lovely Singh (Salman Khan) is the bodyguard of Sartaj Rana's (Raj Babbar) daughter Divya Rana (Kareena Kapoor). He is very devoted to his duties but irritates her all the time by following her everywhere. Consequently, Divya and her friend (Hazel Keech) call Lovely and start a prank love affair. Lovely starts loving the mystery person but doesn't realizes that it is Divya (who also falls in love with him) who was behind all of this. Sartaj Rana suspects him and Divya to be in love and sends criminals to kill him in case his lover turns out to be Divya. Sensing this, Divya sends her friend to Lovely to tell him her true identity. In a twist, it is revealed that the friend is also in love with Lovely. She falsely accepts that she is her strange lover. They marry and have a child. She dies early and reveals to her son about her fraud and asks him to unite Lovely and Divya.

Review

Remake of a Malayalam film, Bodyguard (2010)- Siddique (the original director) will also direct the remake, Also having star like Salman ,, who's previous hits like DabanggIn India, the lm opened to a phenomenal response at the box office and packed cinema halls, ""witnessing 100% occupancy across shows"", according to The Economic Times.[27] BoxOfficeIndia.com sorted that ""Bodyguard has smashed all records""[28] and the film went on to become the highest opener of all time across India, grossing 21.25 crore (US$4.74 million), thus breaking the record of Dabangg (2010).[29] The film grossed an additional 17.25 crore (US$3.85 million)[30] and 13.25 crore (US$2.95 million) on its second and third day respectively, bringing the total nett collections to 52 crore (US$11.6 million).[31] On its fourth day of release, it netted around 14.75 crore (US$3.29 million),[32] and 18.75 crore (US$4.18 million) on its fifth day, taking the total nett collection over the extended five day weekend to 85.50 crore (US$19.07 million).[33] The film continued its successful run at the box office netting 8.58 crore (US$1.91 million) on its sixth day of release.[2] --www.platform47.com

Customer Reviews

It has great songs, dance numbers, love, romance, humor, action, thrills, drama, and surprises!
turkeygirl
It wasn't even that they were overboard, there was just so much of it that it not only didn't add to the story, it slowed down the movie.
Amazon Customer
It will leave you laughing, cheering, angry, sad, but overall it will leave you feeling happy at the end!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Scott L. McMillan on November 19, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I like both Salman Khan & Kareena Kapoor a lot, that's the major reason "Bodyguard" was mostly enjoyable (which I saw on DVD).

He plays the character 'Lovely Singh' - a dedicated Bodyguard, with great strength & fighting skills, who owes his life to a rich/respected man named 'Sartaj Rana'. She plays the character 'Divya Rana' - the Daughter of 'Sartaj', she attends college and doesn't want a bodyguard but unknown to her she is a target.

The information I've seen indicates this movie did well in India (mostly based on the Star power of these 2 main actors and good songs - the background theme music is very good).

The first 2/3 of the movie is silly humor, but the 3 songs/dances in that first part are good (contemporary in look/sound) and seem primarily for Salman Khan (the first song includes a 1:25 short cameo by Katrina Kaif). The several fight scenes are well done even though over-the-top as usual (almost as impressive as 'Dabangg'). The large side-kick guy character didn't click with me, just seemed a little obnoxious.

In the last 3rd of the movie, the story/characters get better. The remaining music video "Teri Meri" was really good/powerful, and has a better balance of Kareena Kapoor and Salman Khan (still can't get this song out of my head, Shreya Ghoshal has a really beautiful/pure voice - her singing is also great in movies like "Vivah"). The final fight scene is long, skillfully edited with good visual/audio effects, and brutal (but unique enough & well done).

The movie's ending (last 10 minutes) can seem a little odd or hard to believe, with the time sequence jumping around, but it worked for me.

Over-all the cinematography has good sharpness, lighting, color, & scenes (although no special/exotic locations).
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael Harbour on January 11, 2012
Format: DVD
A fun action/comedy/romance which is dragged down by on overlong coda. Salman Khan plays his well-honed earnest tough guy character again but I can't fault him for sticking with such a winning and amusing formula since he does it so well and I still enjoy it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scott L. McMillan on December 9, 2011
Format: DVD
I like both Salman Khan & Kareena Kapoor a lot, that's the major reason "Bodyguard" was mostly enjoyable (which I saw on DVD).

There are moments sprinkled throughout that give nice spotlights to both these actors. He plays the character 'Lovely Singh' - a dedicated Bodyguard, with great strength & fighting skills, who owes his life to a rich/respected man named 'Sartaj Rana'. She plays the character 'Divya Rana' - the Daughter of 'Sartaj', she attends college and doesn't want a bodyguard but unknown to her she is a target.

The information I've seen indicates this movie did well in India (mostly based on the Star power of these 2 main actors and good music).

The first 2/3 of the movie is silly humor, but the 3 songs/dances in that first part are good (contemporary in look/sound) and seem primarily for Salman Khan (the first song includes a 1:25 short cameo by Katrina Kaif). The several fight scenes are well done even though over-the-top as usual (almost as impressive as 'Dabangg'). The large side-kick guy character didn't click with me, just seemed a little obnoxious.

In the last 3rd of the movie, the story/characters get better. The remaining music video "Teri Meri" was really good/powerful, and has a better balance of Kareena Kapoor and Salman Khan (still can't get this song out of my head, Shreya Ghoshal has a really beautiful/pure voice - her singing is also great in movies like "Vivah"). The final fight scene is long and somewhat brutal, but unique enough & well done.

The ending (last 10 minutes) can seem a little odd or hard to believe, with the time sequence jumping around, but it worked for me.

Over-all the cinematography has good sharpness, lighting, color, & scenes (although no special/exotic locations).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By F. Dyer on December 6, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The Bodyguard is one of my favorite Salman Khan movies. He is always at his best when there is action with all his quick moves and powerful fights. In this movie Salman Khan shows a more tender side by falling in love like a 16 year old would, without even meeting this woman, only her voice over the phone. Romance is done very well by Bollywood. Hollywood could learn a few things from this movie. Falling in love without nudity, sex or bad language. If you like romance buy this movie and then check out his other movies. Ready and Wanted are great too.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scott L. McMillan on December 4, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
I like both Salman Khan & Kareena Kapoor a lot, that's the major reason "Bodyguard" was mostly enjoyable (great song "Teri Meri").

There are moments sprinkled throughout that give nice spotlights to both these actors. He plays the character 'Lovely Singh' - a dedicated Bodyguard, with great strength & fighting skills, who owes his life to a rich/respected man named 'Sartaj Rana'. She plays the character 'Divya Rana' - the Daughter of 'Sartaj', she attends college and doesn't want a bodyguard but unknown to her she is a target.

The information I've seen indicates this movie did well in India (mostly based on the Star power of these 2 main actors and good music). This Blu-ray has a slick menu, and has good picture sharpness (every small tear drop & all skin imperfections too).

The first 2/3 of the movie is silly humor, but the 3 songs/dances in that first part are good (contemporary in look/sound) and seem primarily for Salman Khan (the first song includes a 1:25 short cameo by Katrina Kaif). The several fight scenes are well done even though over-the-top as usual (almost as impressive as 'Dabangg'). The large side-kick guy character didn't click with me, just seemed a little obnoxious.

In the last 3rd of the movie, the story/characters get better. The remaining music video "Teri Meri" was really good/powerful, and has a better balance of Kareena Kapoor and Salman Khan (still can't get this song out of my head, Shreya Ghoshal has a really beautiful/pure voice - her singing is also great in movies like "Vivah"). The final fight scene is long and somewhat brutal, but unique enough & well done.

The ending (last 10 minutes) can seem a little odd or hard to believe, with the time sequence jumping around, but it worked for me.
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