Wanted: All new Salman Khan with Ayesha Takia
Tuesday, March 24, 2009 12:43 IST
By Santa Banta News Network
Any Salman Khan starrer is eagerly awaited by his millions of fans. Sallu will be seen in a spate of interesting films this year out of which one of the most looked forward to is Boney Kapoor's film Wanted.

The film, directed by noted actor- choreographer Prabhudeva, is a remake of the Tamil super-hit Pokkiri and stars Salman Khan in an action role after a long time.

Ayesha Takia will be paired opposite Salman for the first time while the supporting cast includes actors such as Mahesh Manjrekar and Vinod Khanna. The posters of the film don't reveal Salman's look but his trademark bracelet is more than just a hint. Interesting teasers we must say.

The Tamil version of the film Pokkiri had South star Vijay and Asin in lead roles and went on to become a huge hit. One will have to wait and watch if like Aamir's Ghajini, even Salman can deliver a super-duper hit with Wanted.

Wanted is scheduled to release in July 3 this year.
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