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Wanted  (2009 - Hindi)

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  • Nilesh P. Khandare
    Nilesh P. Khandarewrote on Jul 15 2009 12:19PM

    Wanted, a Hindi remake of the Tamil hit film POKIRI, is a story of organized crime, cops and the mafia, romance and Dubai crime lords. Sashank (Salman Khan) is a goon, and has a romantic relationship with Sneha (Ayesha Takia). Shashank rises in the ranks of organized crime, eventually becoming a trusted member of a Dubai-based gang run by Ali Bhai (Mahesh Manjrekar). However, there is a mole in Ali Bhai's gang, and cops come in and get him - but Ali Bhai manages to wiggle out of the clutches of the police thanks to a novel scheme hatched by his gang members who kidnap the daughter of a senior law enforcement officer. Ali Bhai soon finds out that the name of the mole is Shashank Manohar, and the brother of Shashank Manohar gets mistaken for Shashank and killed, as well as his father (Om Puri).
    We offer no prizes for guessing who this Shashank Manohar is, and what he does to Ali Bhai's gang towards the end of the flick.


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full timepass storyline. Let's see how much it attracts to the viewers.
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