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  • Actors: Salman Khan, Vinod Khanna, Ayesha Takia, Mahesh Manjrekar, Prakash Raj
  • Directors: Prabhu Deva
  • Format: Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: Hindi
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Eros
  • DVD Release Date: November 24, 2009
  • Run Time: 155 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002VYJX8S
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,161 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Wanted (Bollywood Movie)" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

Radhe is a ruthless gangster who will kill anyone for money. He is attracted towards Jhanvi, a middle class girl, who does not approve of his work and wants him to change.

Customer Reviews

You will love it if you like typical Salman Khan comedies.
Pravin Pathak
It's a slick, sophisticated blend of action, comedy, and romance, and Salman fits it perfectly.
Traddles
I like that he keeps wearing that bracelet and that he can laugh at himself.
Wendi

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Larry on December 3, 2009
Format: DVD
"Wanted" emerged as one of the top Blockblusters of Bollywood in 2009. It is filled with wall to wall action, song and dance, comedy and romance. Bollywood superstar Salman Khan(son of superstar sceenwriter Salim Khan), after years of mediocre movies, returns with a hit this time. He is badas* in this flick as a goon available for hire. The mafia wants him to do their dirty jobs, he falls for a sweet girl, and he has to deal with corrupt cops as well as gansters. The movie, like most Indian movies, is over 2 and a half hours long. But I was never bored. Towards the last hour, things starts to get exciting. I won't spoil the surprises. But I totally enjoyed this movie, even going back to watch parts of it.

This movie is the Hindi remake of the Tamil movie of the excellent blockbuster Telugu movie "Pokiri"-written and directed by the talented Puri Jagannadh. Prabhu Deva is a famed dancer/choreographer turned director who directed the Tamil remake("Pokkiri") as well as the Hindi(Bollywood) version. He makes an appearance as a dancer in the song "Jalwa", he's the last guy who appears and dances real good next to Salman.

I dug up the original "Pokiri" and it is nearly identical to the remakes, scene by scene, line by line. They are smart not to mess up a good thing. "Wanted"(also known as "Wanted Dead And Alive") is a little more glossy but the other two are quite polished as well. The major difference is.. Salman gives a superb performance, and takes off his shirt at the end.

Fun and exciting, I highly recommend this DVD.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 31, 2010
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To tell the truth, I've never cared all that much for Salman Khan, what with the muscles and all the posing and the tabloid stuff. But I'll say this, he's very good in WANTED and convincingly inhabits the part of the unstoppable Radhe. He makes you forget all the baggage. Salman Khan is in his 40s now but give him credit for still being able to pull off the really trying, physical aspects his role calls for. There's a lot of stunts in this one, and the guy does a fair number of them. Not to mention all the exhausting musical numbers.

The plot: As gang wars erupt in Mumbai, one man begins to make his mark. Radhe is a ruthless gangster, a vicious enforcer willing to work for whoever will pay him. He comes across almost as this elemental force, absolutely fearless and willing to tweak the noses of even the most lofty of underworld dons. But Radhe isn't all badass killer. He occasionally does exhibit a softer side, especially whenever the curvy and wholesome Jhanvi (Ayesha Takia) is around, and then he melts in her presence. When Jhanvi is harassed by a shady police inspector, Radhe is inspired to even more extravagant lengths of meanness and brutality.

It's not much of a plot and yet WANTED, with its polished look and breakneck pace, doesn't exactly lack for confidence. It's an unapologetic, freewheeling masala Hindi film. It flirts with a sweet romance, well-choreographed musical numbers, that intense gangster vibe, ridiculously over-the-top action, and some unexpected laughs (but also some lame stabs at humor, thanks to that chubby landlord guy).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Big Boss on January 30, 2010
Format: DVD
A story about a man who kills anyone for money. A man who has no emotions in him.

Story starts with Radhe(Salman khan) who is shown as mafia killer who kills for money. As the story unfolds he becomes more aggressive. He has no feelings for anyone execpt one day his eye falls on a beautiful lady. He saves her twice and the romantic story rushes in. He has some secrets which he cant tell to her. He keeps on killing people. This thing provokes Ghanibhai(Prakash Raj) who does a marvelous job as main villian. He comes to India to find out who has killed his man that runs Mumbai(Bombay) for him. Then comes in a corrupt inspector(cop) Mahesh Manjrekar who does a humorous role throughout the movie. Vinod Khanna who does a role of a Gym owner has a typical role which I can't open here because of plot's secret story. Salman Khan is exceptional throughout the whole movie. After 2007's Partner. Salman gives Huge Blockbuster.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Traddles on April 6, 2011
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Protector of women, killer of the bad guys, and smokin' hot while doing it! In interviews, Salman Khan has said that films need heroes - the people you cheer for unabashedly in a world where the bad guys always deserve a sound thrashing. This is one of those films, and it's one of my favorites with Salman Khan. It's a slick, sophisticated blend of action, comedy, and romance, and Salman fits it perfectly. He plays an adorable thug (with a secret twist to his character), paired off with the equally adorable Ayesha Takia. The action sequences are stunning, but it's the romantic moments, which range from sweet to laugh-out-loud hilarious, that ultimately make me love the film. Scenes in elevators, trains, and subway platforms highlight the amusing awkwardness of new romance. One might think that Salman Khan is a bit too mature to be playing a "boyfriend" role more appropriate for a 20-year-old, but he pulls it off beautifully through sheer force of charm. The scene in which he and Ayesha argue over a tupperware container of pasta still makes me laugh.

The music of Sajid-Wajid is fantastic, and this is one of the first Hindi action movies that had me noticing the catchiness of the background score in addition to the dance numbers. The first dance sequence ("Mera Jalwa") is jaw-dropping - the choreography is amazing, and Salman has never danced better. Seriously. The dance also features three cameos that will surprise you (if you're familiar with Indian actors). "Dil Leke Darde Dil" is sweetly sexy and rhythmic.

In summary, the action is stunning, the villains are truly villainous, and the romance is sweet. It almost feels like a trial run for the character that Salman would perfect in the following year's "Dabangg".
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