Salman Khan’s Wanted Plunges at Box Office in 2nd Wk

Salman Khan’s latest crap show Wanted has collapsed at the U.S. box office.

Wanted grossed a shamefully low $57,133 in its second weekend at the U.S. box office.

The piece of junk came in at No-51 and had an average gross of $805.

Can it get any worse, folks?

As of September 27, 2009, Wanted had grossed a total of $332,818 here.

Wanted has fared miserably in its second weekend at the U.S. box office compared to a few other prominent Bollywood movies.

See for yourself in the below table:

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17 Responses to "Salman Khan’s Wanted Plunges at Box Office in 2nd Wk"

  1. hiranOhpax   September 29, 2009 at 12:31 am

    Small things make you happy eh? Enjoy baby!! Responds:


    BTW, why are you irritated that Wanted is biting the dust here?

  2. Vivek   September 29, 2009 at 4:52 am

    It is expected, but however movie is creating history in india and emerged as No.1 of 2009 (source : boxoffice india) Responds:

    Maybe not. Maybe.

  3. kane   September 29, 2009 at 11:34 am

    did you listen to vettaikaran vijay’s 4th epic movie after 3 epic movie ATM,Kuruvi,Villu
    lyrics of a wonderful song

    Nan adicha thanga maata!!!!!!

    Naalu maasam thoonga maata??????

    Modhi paaru veedu poi sera maata

    Nan pudicha udumbu pudi

    Nan siricha vaila vadi

    Nan paadum paatukku tholparai nee edu

    Nan adicha thanga maata

    Naalu maasam thoonga maata

    Modhi paaru veedu poi sera maata
    Eh vazhu vazhu vazha vidu

    Vazhum pothu vaanai thodu

    Vambu panna Vaalai edu

    Vanangi ninna thola thodu Responds:

    Ayyo, Ayyo.

    Kadavule Kapathu (God, help us).

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  4. kaleshgopi   September 29, 2009 at 2:00 pm

    another funny news: Rajnikanth and Kamalhaasan got best actor award for sivaji and dasavatharam for the years 2007 & 2008 from government of TN Responds:

    How did the TN Govt miss T.Rajendar?

    Achacho, pavam (a pity).

    Surely, this old comedian also deserves an award for this lengthy expulsion of gas.


    Neruppu…Tamilan, Tamilan, therinjuko

    Yo badhul sollu-ya

  5. mogambo   September 29, 2009 at 2:01 pm

    The Tamilnadu state awards for films are out: If you are faint of heart, now is the time to skip over 🙂

    2007 Awards

    Best Actor- Rajinikanth- Sivaji
    Best Actress- Jyothika- Mozhi
    Best Film- 1st- Sivaji, 2nd – Mozhi , 3rd- Pallikoodam

    2008 Awards

    Best Actor- Kamal Hassan- Dasavatharam
    Best Actress- Sneha- Pirivom Sandhippom
    Best Film- 1st Dasavatharam, 2nd – Abhiyum Naanum , 3rd- Santhosh Subramaniam

    Who knew that the state (& it’s jury) had a sense of humor? (truth be told, its hard to discern and harder to appreciate)

    Special prizes

    Best Actor- Suriya-Vaaranam Aayiram 
    Best Actress- Trisha-Abhiyum Naanum 
    Best Film Portraying Women in Good Light- Poo

    On the last category, is the state unwittingly crucifying the tamil movie industry for slutifying women with trashy roles such as those played by the Nayantharas, Trishas, Shriyas and Namithas? 
    As for the “good light” that the state commends here, the protagonist (played very well by Parvathi Menon), pines for the love of her “Murai Mappillai”
    (designated husband?) throughout the movie and turns up empty handed in a case of unrequited love. If this is the glowing brilliance that the state wishes it’s women to be shone with, can you imagine what the depths of despair would look like for Tamil women?

    For the complete list, see Responds:

    You write: Best Actress- 2007 Jyothika…Best Film- 1st Dasavatharam…Special Prize Best Actress- Trisha

    Following the above ‘exciting’ news, SI blog is in extremis and will soon kick the bucket.

    For all your entertainment needs going forward, try pocket billiards.

  6. Aswin_Kini   September 29, 2009 at 3:08 pm

    Best Actor award for what???????
    Playing 10 roles like children dressed for a fancy dressed competition?

    Best actor award for saying the word “COOL” 57 times in Shivaji??
    Best Actor award for dancing with a Damsel who is your daughter’s age?

    And why the f**k did somebody get the best writer award for a film which was fit only to be released in the late 1960s/70s.

    By the way, I see that the film Subramaniapuram has bagged no awards. Wonder if the director didn’t hurry to book his award.

    Ok, by the way here’s one for the statistics, actor Vijay is set to break his own record: Delivering 8 flops in a row! The only actor who may beat him turns out to be none other than our Thala Ajith!

    Wonder what Vettaikkaran and ASAL will dish out? Responds:

    Awards in India have no meaning.

    In any case, both Vettaikkaran and ASAL are likely to hit the screens only in Jan 2010 (Pongal).

  7. arshad2   September 30, 2009 at 3:29 am

    SI , this is arshad, some problem in my old id, so i registered a new one.

    VETTAIKARAN IS MOST PROBABLY A DIWALI RELEASE and Asal is for pongal Responds:


    Have you seen this news item?

  8. Boredman   September 30, 2009 at 3:40 am

    Someone posted your review (without giving you the full credit) on UPO in some other site and you’re being bashed there. Responds:

    Drivel and more drivel.

    Post your comments in the right place.

  9. ganeshncm   September 30, 2009 at 6:32 am

    It will be nice if you can post overall box office results (or atleast US + India) as it gives a better perspective of a movie’s success. Responds:

    One reason we keep BO numbers from India to a minimum is that we do not have much credibility in the numbers coming from there.

    In India, people make all sorts of claims that are hard to verify.

  10. Aswin_Kini   September 30, 2009 at 9:43 am


    Have you seen this news item?

    So, that means double disaster for Tamil Fans during Pongal.

    By the way, did you go anywhere near this Thai film called Shutter? Responds:

    1. You write: So, that means double disaster for Tamil Fans during Pongal.

    Can’t say that.

    Maybe Ajith and Vijay picked up some acting tips from a fine actress like Meera Jasmine. Maybe, story is unique.

    2. Shutter, not yet. Still working through backlog.

    We’ll get to it soon.

  11. Aswin_Kini   September 30, 2009 at 10:19 am Responds:

    1. You write: So, that means double disaster for Tamil Fans during Pongal.

    Can’t say that.

    Stop day-dreaming!

    If Vijay can make a monkey out of a good director like Dharani, then I shudder to think what he will do to aspiring directors who have a good script(If they ever have one).
    Let’s be clear here, Vijay can only try to act. His best performance in his entire 49 film career has been Ghilli – Thanks to some neat screenplay and direction by Dharani.
    But thanks to Vijay’s antics, Dharani (Who until then had 3 good films such as Dhill, Dhool, and Ghilli to his credit) got his image utterly tarnished.

    As for Ajith, the less I speak about his roles, the better it is.

    As of now, Tamil Cinema’s hopes lay purely on the small budget films such as EERAM, Subramaniapuram, and Nadodigal. Responds:

    One of our U.S. readers who saw Eeram wrote yesterday or the day before that he didn’t think much of it.

    But the movie has generally received some praise.

  12. sameerdhar   September 30, 2009 at 10:43 am

    My first visit to your site, you seem interesting. You reply to everyone, and lot of trash exchanges. The way you write, I think you might be [deleted].

    Where do you find all time for this, or this site is your full time job & income?

    Anyways, you can meet lot of variety people here and thats fun. After reading that Rajinikant got best actor award, i feel thats the height of your south. You guys want to lick Rajinikanth a marathi by birth and karnatka man by growth. Better your CM enda konda karananithi can lick Sahrukhkan to win some seats in north. It is shame on you tamilians to elect such a cheap people to top. Whom did you vote last election? I feel you might voted sexy Jayalitha? correct? Responds:

    When did you escape from the zoo?

  13. kane   September 30, 2009 at 10:49 am

    eeram is a good movie by tamil standards but the fellas here overrate it like nadodigal, subramaniyapuram, podisunga(pasanga) as if they were trend setting, path breaking movies they are given a warm welcome as they have a story line deviated from the regular masalasambar,chutney that is normally dished out in tamil,telugu et al Responds:

    We’ll watch Eeram once the DVD comes out.

  14. hiranOhpax   September 30, 2009 at 1:29 pm

    Hey naughty Kane… Eeram is not a trend setter. I was totally let down by the second half after a mind blowing first half. If nadodigal sets any trend I’ll commit suicide. if Subramaniyapuram sets any trent, so much violence that ladies (barring si) and soft guys will stop watching Tamil movies and so will be the case for adults above 10 yrs if pasanga (not podisunga, naughty) sets trend. Responds:

    We thought Kane was saying the opposite of what you imply.

    If we guess right, Kane’s saying Eeram, Nadodigal, Subramaniyapuram and Pasanga are all OK by Tamil movie standards but certainly not trendsetters.

  15. mogambo   September 30, 2009 at 6:47 pm

    Its a fool’s errand trying to read what was on this jury’s mind, but if one were to hazard a guess, Subramnyapuram lost out because the slaughter and bloodletting was too graphic. While the acting by the cast was just OK (Samudrakani was an exception), it was a well made movie that deserved recognition. Maybe, Sasikumar ought to have received the Best Director award. Responds:

    You write: if one were to hazard a guess, Subramnyapuram lost out because the slaughter and bloodletting was too graphic

    Or maybe they didn’t know the ‘right-wrong’ people.

  16. Boredman   September 30, 2009 at 9:25 pm

    C’mon..don’t be harsh on me 🙁 . I just wanted to let you know how people are copying and pasting your reviews without giving u the full credit. Responds:


    You are right. Sorry (did we really say sorry..chalk it up to Bacchus).

    So many sites have SI’s review of Unnaipol Oruvan without attribution to us. 🙁

  17. boopalanj   October 2, 2009 at 10:59 am

    Hey, I need the link of the site where SI’s getting bashed up..!

    Just wanted to see how it happens..!! Responds:

    Rumors of SI’s existence are greatly exaggerated.

    SI is merely your alter ego.

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