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Arbaaz Khan: DABANGG isn't WANTED's sequel



July 23, 2010 06:27:27 PM IST
Pankaj Sabnani, Bollywood Trade News Network
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The promo of Salman Khan's DABANGG is out and those who have seen it are raving about it. It looks uncannily similar to the 2009 Salman Khan starrer WANTED. However, Arbaaz Khan, who is the producer of DABANGG doesn't think so.

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"DABANGG isn't WANTED's sequel. It's very different from WANTED. It's far more in a believable space though it's a commercial film. The action is similar to WANTED but that's about it. That was a city based film. Ours is a small town slick action drama. But the kind of audience that liked WANTED is surely going to like DABANGG."

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Salman Khan looks very similar to his WANTED's character in DABANGG. Even in DABANGG, he's playing a police officer. Doesn't Arbaaz think so? "That's true. But Salman's character in WANTED was very brooding, quiet and serious. Here, he is entertaining, jovial and far more verbose."

DABANGG will see Shatrughan Sinha's daughter, Sonakshi Sinha making her debut. Being directed by Abhinav Kashyap, DABANGG is slated to release on September 10.



 
  

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