BBC HomeExplore the BBC
This page has been archived and is no longer updated. Find out more about page archiving.

27 November 2014

BBC Homepage
»BBC Local
Things to do
People & Places
Religion & Ethics
Arts and Culture
BBC Introducing
TV & Radio

Sites near Shropshire

Black Country
Hereford & Worcester

Related BBC Sites


Contact Us

Director: Farhan Akhtar
Shah Rukh Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Arjun Rampal, Ishaa Koppikar, Kareena Kapoor, Om Puri, Boman Irani, Chunky Pandey
Shah Rukh, Priyanka & Ishaa Koppikar
Shah Rukh, Priyanka & Ishaa Koppikar
Don is a tension-filled, roller coaster with just the right dose of glamour, action, suspense and romance.

See our DON gallery which shows pictures from this film.

Our Bollywood Previews section gives you all the information of forthcoming films coming soon to a cinema near you.

Bollywood news gives you all the gossip about the films and their stars.

At BBC Shropshire, we have chosen the Top Ten Bollywood movies for this month. These films are well worth a "dekko" at a cinema near you.

Our Bollywood film section has all the information you need, including a guide to local cinema, previews and reviews on the latest releases.

Visit our Film Vault if you want to get a low down on all Bollywood releases for the past year.

Be the first to see our Bollywood Picture Gallery which displays the images of films as they release at your local cinema.

Why not take a look at our Bollywood Buzz which gives you links to pictures of current events and parties taking place in Bollywood.

Get it off your chest on our Bolly messageboard.

Or you can personally contact our Bollywood film specialist, Manish Gajjar, who maintains our Bollywood section at BBC Shropshire:
View a printable version of this page.
A huge Indian contingent embarks on a dangerous cat-and-mouse trail of capturing Don (Shah Rukh Khan) - the ruthless drug mafia in Malaysia.
The girls in Don
The stylish girls in Don

When Don gets seriously injured in a police encounter, the word that he is dead begins to do the rounds.

The reality, of course, is that Don is held captive in a secret location, while his bumpkin of a look-alike, Vijay, is polished and sent to take down Don's gang.

In a bizarre twist of fate, when the man shielding the humble and streetwise Vijay is killed, the latter comes to terms with the horrifying realisation that both the police and the gang are out to nab him for different reasons.

Shah Rukh Khan as Don
Shah Rukh Khan as Don

In a desperate attempt to prove his innocence, he is aided by the glamorous Roma (Priyanka Chopra) and handsome Jasjit (Arjun Rampal), who owes Vijay a favour for taking care of his son during his imprisonment. But will Vijay be successful in his mission?

Based on the successful classic of the same name, which featured the legendary Amitabh Bachchan, the contemporary and stylishly crafted Don features popular Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan effectively teamed up for the first time with former Miss World, Priyanka Chopra.

The biggest and most keenly-awaited motion picture of 2006, Don is a tension-filled, roller coaster with just the right dose of glamour, action, suspense and romance.

This film is being released by UTV Motion Pictures in the UK cinemas this Diwali / Eid seasons.

Previewed by Manish Gajjar,
BBC Bollywood

Top | Bollywood Index | Home
Local Cinema information
Red bullet point Find out all the information you need about your local cinema. (For Shropshire).
Video Nation
Local views and experiences on camera and online.
Red bullet point Find out how to take part
Red bullet point Shropshire archive of films
Red bullet point Video Nation homepage
BBC Shropshire Bollywood film vault
Red bullet point Packed full of Bollywood films
BBC Shropshire Bollywood film  guide
Red bullet point What to watch
BBC Shropshire Bollywood news, reviews and galleries
Red bullet point Bollywood film galleries
Shropshire Message Board
Red bullet point The place for local discussion
Contact us
Red bullet point BBC Shropshire
2-4 Boscobel Drive
Shropshire SY1 3TT
(+44) 01743 248484

About the BBC | Help | Terms of Use | Privacy & Cookies Policy