Guns, Gangs, Grit!
By Jaidev Hemmady, MovieTalkies.com, 03 May 2013
Shootout At Wadala Movie Review-In Brief:
Based on a non-fiction book, the film revolves around the rise and subsequent fall of a gangster named Manya Surve.
Shootout At Wadala Movie Review-Verdict:
If you like your films with larger than life characters, slick action and the kind of dialogues that makes the front row whistle with wicked gusto, SAW is definitely your cup of tea.
Shootout At Wadala Movie Review-Story Plot:
Manohar Surve (John Abraham) is a ‘straight as an arrow’college student, who dreams of getting a decent job after securing good marks in his college exams. However, Manohar’s step-brother is a goon and while rescuing his sibling from some rivals, a man gets killed and Manohar is arrested alongwith his brother.
In jail, Manohar’s brother Bhargav is assassinated and the young man decides to avenge his brother’s death by taking the help of fellow inmate Sheikh Munir (Tusshar Kapoor).
Meanwhile, Inspector Afaaq Bagraan (Anil Kapoor) and his team of cops are frustrated with the Pathan gangs, who rule the city without any fear of law. When Inspector Bhinde (Mahesh Manjrekar) is told to seek the help of the young and upcoming Zuber Haksar (Manoj Bajpayee) and his brother Dilawar (Sonu Sood) to counter the Pathan menace, the cop fails to realize that he is unleashing bigger troubles by roping in the two brothers.
As Manya and Zuber both grow in stature as far as their standing in the Mumbai underworld is concerned, it is expected that the two would clash for the supremacy of the city...