John Abraham may step into Sanjay Dutt's shoes for the new 'Khalnayak'.
Shootout at Wadala takes inspiration from a wide range of gritty gangster movies, from Quentin Tarantino and, of course, from Mumbai's checkered past.
A gangster runs into a police station, both his arms lopped off by a rival wielding a butcher's knife. Another goon is held down as his skull is pushed through an ice-crusher. A third, tied to a chair, is run over by a speeding car in reverse.
'Shootout at Wadala' review: The bloodshed leaves you cold 11:04 May 03 2013 from IBNLive
Cast: John Abraham, Kangana Ranaut, Anil Kapoor, Tushaar Kapoor Director: Sanjay Gupta A gangster runs into a police station, both his arms lopped off by a rival wielding a butcher's knife. Another goon is held down as his skull is pushed through
On the whole, SHOOTOUT AT WADALA is a fire-brand, paisa vasool entertainer.
Actor-producer John Abraham initially doubted his ability to portray gangster Manya Surve in Shootout At Wadala.
John Abraham has replaced Akshay Kumar in Welcome Back, a sequel to Welcome, and says that the Bollywood Khiladi is happiest for him.
Shooting for an intimate scene can be a daunting task for any actor. But John Abraham and Kangana Ranaut sailed through the lovemaking sequences in their upcoming gangster saga, Shootout At Wadala.
To get under the skin of gangster Manya Surve, John Abraham lived his life.
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I, Me Aur Main isn't perfect, but is a pleasant surprise. We'll be waiting for this director's next with some anticipation