Sanjay Gupta’s Shootout at Wadala News
Shootout At Wadala posters: Sunny Leone, Priyanka Chopra, John Abraham, Anil Kapoor – Who looks the hottest?
Sanjay Gupta’s forthcoming gangster flick is studded with eye candy and dashing dudes. We present some interesting stills from the movie, and you tell us who sizzles the best
Sanjay Gupta’s forthcoming gangster movie, Shootout At Wadala is a high-octane action affair. The movie will showcase the notorious encounter of Mumbai gangster Manya Surve. And going by the promos and the jazzy stills, one can say that Gupta has certainly dramatised the story with eye-popping action sequences and some gravity defying stunts. Click here to read more
Shootout At Wadala dialogue promo: John Abraham, Anil Kapoor, Manoj Bajpayee – Who’s got the most explosive lines?
Sanjay Gupta’s forthcoming gangster-cop drama looks highly entertaining. Take a look at the fiery dialogue promo of this high-octane action flick and tell us who looks the most impressive
“Tum gunah karoge toh thok denge,” roars a fiery Anil Kapoor in the recently released promo of Sanjay Gupta’s upcoming gangster flick, Shootout At Wadala. If Anil’s angry cop impresses you with his style and dialoguebaazi, we are sure you will equally like Manoj Bajpayee’s punch line – Is shehar ko saaf karne ke liye sabun ka pani nahi balki khoon bahega. Click here to read more
Kangna Ranaut injured while getting intimate with John Abraham!
A hot scene from Sanjay Gupta’s forthcoming movie, Shootout At Wadala required John Abraham to get rough with Kangna Ranaut. And the hunky actor ended up hurting the babe
John Abraham is riddled with guilt. The muscular Johny boy was shooting a wild sex scene with Kangna Ranaut for Sanjay Gupta’s upcoming release, Shootout At Wadala. The scene had the otherwise gentle John showcase his wild side. John is playing gangster Manya Surve in the movie. Click here to read more
Sanjay Gupta pays Rs 2.6 crore to shoot one scene!
The epic scene will be seen in Gupta’s forthcoming release Shootout At Wadala. But what is so special about it, we wonder!
Director Sanjay Gupta had only one thing on his creative mind when he was directing his upcoming film Shootout At Wadala, starring John Abraham and Tusshar Kapoor. The 43-year-old wanted to make the backdrop of his film – the city of Mumbai – look authentic. Click here to read more
Sonu Sood to play underworld don Dawood Ibrahim
The Dabangg baddie is extremely thrilled to be a part of Sanjay Gupta’s much-awaited action thriller Shootout at Wadala
After getting rave reviews for his 2007 film Shootout at Lokhandwala, director Sanjay Gupta is gearing up for his next movie Shootout at Wadala starring Anil Kapoor, John Abraham and Manoj Bajpai. And now we hear that he has cast the impressive Sonu Sood as the notorious don Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar in the film.
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Sanjay Gupta: Vivek Oberoi is a joke
After his fallout with Sanjay Dutt, the Shootout At Wadala director continues to stretch his verbal duel with Asin and Vivek Oberoi
Sanjay Gupta, also known as the DVD filmmaker (thanks to his ‘inspired’ outings like Kaante, Zinda etc) is in a controversy yet again. Last time it was because of his tiff with one-time-best-friend-turned-foe, Sanjay Dutt. This time, he has taken on Vivek Oberoi; who we heard, rejected his film, Shootout At Wadala. Click here to read more
Vidya Balan refuses to play second fiddle
Despite the good money on offer and the stamp of a commercial film, Vidya has rejected the role in Shootout At Wadala. Reason: The Dirty Picture actor doesn’t want to get lost in a film that’s overcrowded with leading men
Success, just like failure, changes many things. It certainly did change a few things for Vidya Balan. Riding high on the success of The Dirty Picture’s BO success, the 34-year-old is not keen on doing films that give more prominence to the male stars. Vidya was supposed to play underworld don Manya Surve’s girlfriend in Sanjay Gupta’s Shootout at Wadala but now it doesn’t seem like a good idea to the actor anymore. Vidya’s agendas have definitely gone through a sea change after being applauded for her Silk Smitha act by the audience and critics alike. Vidya has now decided that she won’t play a regular Bollywood heroine in a male-centric film. Click here to read more