Shootout at Wadala Movie Review

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Teasers in trailer such as ‘Bombay in 1970s’, director of ‘Kaante’, producers of ‘Once upon a time in Mumbai’, the badge of true story, underworld life… are enough to drag you to movie theatre – right?.

Well, the movie exactly starts with what they show in trailer. And the first 3 minutes in literal sense further builds your expectations … oh I loved this opening line ‘11th January, 1982 – us din tak Bombay police aur underworld ke beech aisa kuch nahi hua tha jise log yaad rakhte…….’

Now here comes the review, the movie intends to showcase you what happened for the first time between Bombay underworld vs. Bombay Police and that first thing is ENCOUNTER … exciting? Actually not, as they were not able to build that curiosity of ‘what’s that first thing?’. In fact, John Abraham was being projected as one of the fastest growing gangster in Mumbai… but you would not feel so unless they explicitly tell you at many instances.

Talking about acting, Anil Kapoor is aged now… though he doesn’t look like but as a police inspector, he couldn’t move his body that fast. John… no man, the overbuilt guy doesn’t suit as a gunda or a gangster… though his fans may love him in his new avatar as he has done a decent job with acting.

Songs are absolutely not required and were put it just to show some skin and sizzle in the movie. All and all movie is about hard core action and some bit of skin masala in between.

I would say it’s not a bad watch.

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