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Two straight guys pretend to be gay in order to secure a Miami apartment. When both of them fall for their roommate Neha, hilarity ensues as they strive to convince one and all that they're gay whilst secretly trying to win her heart.
Manohar Arjun Surve better known as Manya Surve is a bright college student in love with Vidya.He lives with his mother and step brother Bhargav Surve whose a local goon.Manya is arrested by Inspector Ambolkar for being on the spot when his brother killed a goon.Being humiliated and taken from college and put in jail where Bhargav gets killed by Potya and Manya is saved by Sheikh Munir.Manya and Sheikh Munir escape from jail and reach Bombay where they meet Zubair who offers them to join his gang but his brother Dilawar disapproves him.Manya then decides to form his own gang with Munir and Vira later joined by Gyancho and Jamal.Manya and his gang members become top criminals and wanted in the list of Inspector Afaque Baaghran who has to find a solution in order to stop the menace.Written by
Shakti Kapoor's son Siddhant Kapoor makes his debut. See more »
When Manya Surve is introduced to Gyancho (sharpshooter) at the gym, Manya starts taunting him. In one close-up shot, you can see brand name on Manya's vest: Rupa Frontline. This brand first came in market near about in 2010. The movie is set in 1982. See more »
Dilawar Imtiaz Haskar:
Dilawar imtiaz haksar :"crops grow due to rainfall,not by thundering of the clouds."
Manya surve :"if I had to grow crops,then I would return to my village and plough the land. I wouldn't have been here to shoot with guns.
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Before end credits rolls, an epilogue about the sudden outcomes in underworld is shown after the encounter killing of Manya Surve. See more »
Shootout at Wadala entertains but is wasted potential
I missed the prequel 'Shootout at Lokhandwala' which did great and after hearing the rave reviews 'Shootout at Wadala' has been getting I decided to give the franchise a shot.I ended up with mixed feelings.What's good? The apropos setting means that as you sit through the first half hour of the movie you will find yourself quickly immersed in the gangster world of Mumbai(then Bombay) in the 70's and 80's.That is courtesy to a gripping story,exhilarating pace and good acting.The actors seem well cast.John Abraham(Manya Surve) impresses but in parts(As always his body is amazing though).It's always good to see Anil Kapoor and Sonu Sood,two of the many underrated actors in Bollywood.What really keeps the movie alive is it's dialogs,witty one liners and crass jokes.The movie justifies it's A rating with lot's of violence and sensuality(not meant for kids).There is a hot Kangana Ranaut and as many as three item songs with probably Sunny Leone's being the best.The camera work and editing are simply brilliant.
You would expect a movie with so many positives to be thoroughly satisfying,yet it somehow falls short of that.The movie seems undecided on what it is trying to portray.Is it about the transformation of an innocent student to a merciless gang leader?If so it certainly is n't believable.Is it about the honest duty abiding policemen?It doesn't seem so,then why spend so much time on the lives of the inspectors,an unnecessary digression(Not that i don't like Anil Kapoor,Ronit Roy or Mahesh Manjreker-they are great in their own way).Is it about a face off between John Abraham(Manya Surve) and Sonu Sood(Dilawar Imtiaz Haksar).Well after a great build up,the showdown does n't happen either.Such a missed opportunity.In the end you cant decide whom you are rooting for- Manya,Dilawar or the police.That's where it is a letdown,which is why the ending wont leave you teary eyed or deeply moved.
Overall the movie entertains,maybe doesn't disappoint but you feel it could have been much more.
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