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In 2006, the drug trade is booming; trafficking between Asian and Europe is at an all time high. It is at this time that the Malaysian intelligence and Anti-Narcotic department are called upon for assistance by their Indian counterparts. There are rumors that the gang recently moved their operational headquarters. The cartel is headed by the dreaded Singhania, but what many people do not know is that the business is truly managed by his lieutenant, Don. A man who lives life on the edge, Don is constantly expanding the size of his empire while evading arrest or death at the hands of his enemies, both within and outside the law. He is unstoppable in his pursuit of absolute power. His chief pursuer is an Indian police officer, Desilva. He is a man who has sworn to put an end to this nexus of evil and knows that in capturing Don lies the key to unlock this puzzle. And one day he succeeds. Don is captured and Desilva puts his plan into action...

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Product Details

  • Actors: Shahrukh Khan, Priyanka Chopra
  • Directors: Farhan Akhtar
  • Producers: Ritesh Sidhwani
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: Hindi
  • Subtitles: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: UTV
  • Run Time: 171 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000KCHW3G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,392 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Don" on IMDb

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Great action, amazing performances, and good concept.
A.K.
Given the amoral ending its fascinating that Indians wanted to do this movie twice (it is a remake of an earlier celebrated one) and seem to love the character of Don.
Lyn
I bought the DVD because I had seen the movie and liked it so much I wanted to buy it so that I could watch it again and again.
Lorraine Myers

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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Barbara Underwood on December 30, 2006
Format: DVD
First of all, "Don" is an important film for Indians because it is a modern remake of a 1978 cult classic starring Bollywood legend, Amitabh Bachchan, but I'm confident that this up-to-date Don will also appeal to an English/American audience which is tiring of the usual loud, hard-core Hollywood action-suspense blockbusters. Take a bit of 007 James Bond, Tom Cruise and Mission Impossible, mix with sophisticated Indian song and dance routines and some essential Bollywood-style sentimentality, and you've got "Don": a slick, suave and smooth crime-action-suspense drama, Indian-style. Filmed mainly in Malaysia, "Don" has a splash of all the Western-style trappings such as exotic locations, high-tech gadgets, stunning city skyscrapers, dare-devil stunts, unbelievable action and beautiful girls, yet the overall style and impression of the film is still pleasantly subdued and refreshingly sophisticated, especially when compared to its American counterparts. This might be partly due to the very clever script with several unexpected twists and turns, as well as attention to the personal emotions of some of the characters, but let's face it: how can you take an indestructible drug-trafficking bad guy like Don seriously when he breaks into a song and dance routine every 20 minutes?

Keeping faithful to the original famous Seventies "Don", it is most appropriate that the new Don is played by Mr Bachchan's successor to the Bollywood throne: Shahrukh Khan, who manages to make bad look cool with the ease of a sneer and the flick of a cigarette. Move over, Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, Bruce Willis and `Big Arnie' - Shahrukh Khan is all of these, and far more.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Hopfinger on July 18, 2010
Format: DVD
Shahrukh Khan once said he wanted to be the first Indian James Bond. But what need now--Don is way cooler. The film has all the fun hallmarks of a Bond flick--exotic locations (Paris and Kuala Lumpur), beautiful women, criminal masterminds, high-tech gadgets, fantastic fight scenes, and glamorous parties--but it is not a take-off of the 007 franchise. Rather, it's a remake of the 1978 Bollywood cult classic Don, which starred Amitabh Bachchan in the title role. The character is not ambiguous like Bond, but a bad, bad man--and Khan makes him his own.

Don is in charge of the Malaysian operations of a global crime syndicate run by Singhania (Rajesh Khattar), and Don has designs on ousting his boss and taking over the whole organization. Police inspector D'Silva (Boman Irani) is trying to catch Don, Singhania, and another mysterious mobster, Vardhaan. When Don kills Ramesh (Diwakar Pundir), an underling who tries to go straight, Ramesh's fiance Kamini (Kareena Kapoor) goes undercover and tries to seduce Don. But he dispatches Kamini as well. So Ramesh's sister Roma (Priyanka Chopra) worms her way into Don's gang--with much more success. D'Silva has his own mole--Vijay, a Don look-alike (also played by Khan). D'Silva secretly captures Don and puts Vijay in his place, and the good-hearted goof feigns temporary amnesia until he learns to play the part of the utterly smooth, outrageously arrogant sociopath. Roma and Vijay don't know they're on the same side, and Don's girlfriend Anita (Isha Koppikar) is jealous of the sparks between them.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jasbir Singh on July 17, 2011
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Hi, All

I bought this from Amazon last month and realize now when I watch it that this movie sold by Lola's Dream is not a Blu-Ray at all. The cover is blu-ray but the disc is a DVD format. DO NOT GET THIS MOVIE. I will be making an official complain to amazon about this. Lola's Dream is a con company.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Lyn on October 14, 2008
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Don is slick and well conceived on plot with lots of surprises along the way. When I was trying to work out originally whether this one was for me I wasnt sure how serious it was or whether it was a light Bollywood. For those who have the same question in mind - it isnt really light overall.
Don is an arrogant psychopath drug trafficker - and I'm afraid, unlike other Bollywoods, good doesnt win in the end and the nasties dont meet their consequences. This may not particularly bother you or you may like endings that arent politically correct. For those not in that category be aware that the surprise ending actually left me and my adult daughter feeling quite uncomfortable and gave us a restless nights sleep after. Those we had identitified with dont triumph (sorry about the spoiler but you may need to know that if you want to assess whether this is for you).
I have given it a 5 because of its quality but a different ending would have made me more excited about this movie.
Given the amoral ending its fascinating that Indians wanted to do this movie twice (it is a remake of an earlier celebrated one) and seem to love the character of Don.
The music was fine but none of it stayed with me or stood out. A few of the dance sequences were good so there was song and dance amongst the plot (something I also wasnt sure of when reading prior reviews).
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