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Shootout at Wadala is a 2013 Indian action crime film written and directed by Sanjay Gupta. It is a sequel to the 2007 hit Shootout at Lokhandwala, and it is the second instalment of the Shootout Film Series. It is loosely based on the book Dongri to Dubai by Hussain Zaidi. The film features John Abraham, Anil Kapoor, Kangana Ranaut, Tusshar Kapoor, Manoj Bajpayee and Sonu Sood in lead roles. The film dramatises the encounter by Mumbai police in which gangster Manya Surve was shot dead. It took place at the junction adjacent to Dr. Ambedkar college, Wadala, Mumbai on 11 January 1982.
The film was slated to be released on 1 May 2013, but was released on 3 May instead, to coincide with the day that marked 100 years of Bollywood. The film released to mixed reviews from critics, and according to Box Office India, emerged as a "hit" at the box office.
In a police van, Afaaque Baaghran (Anil Kapoor) listens to the story narrated by a gangster, Manya Surve (John Abraham), who is gravely injured with a bullet-riddled body.
Surve is a decent student of Kirti College, Dadar. He is in love with Vidya Joshi (Kangana Ranaut) and takes her to his mother to discuss their marriage. Manya has an older brother Bhargav Surve who is a gangster after an underworld don named Bhatkar (Ranjeet).
Soon enough, Bhargav is attacked and beaten up by Bhatkar's goons. Manya jumps in to save him. While Manya Surve clutches one of the goons, Bhargav stabs the goon and he dies on the spot. On the day of Manya's exam results, before he can discover his grades, Manya and his brother are arrested and publicly humiliated at college by Insp. Ambolkar (Raju Kher) and end up in Yerwada Prison. In prison, another convict named Munir (Tusshar Kapoor) saves Manya from being attacked by a goon named Potya (Chetan Hansraj) during lunch time. In this assault, Bhargav is killed. Munir befriends Manya and another convict named Veera. Veera trains Manya to become stronger. Manya trains and then eventually is challenged by Potya. Potya attacks him from behind and beats Manya up, to which Manya responds by stabbing Potya to his death.
Later on, both Manya and Munir escape from the prison while they were working on a railway track and try to join hands with two brothers who rule Mumbai's deals. The first brother, Zubair Imtiaz Haksar (Manoj Bajpayee), is cool and is impressed by Manya. However, the second brother, Dilawar (Sonu Sood), disapproves of Manya and dislikes him. After this Manya forms his own gang which consists of him, Munir, Veera and Gyancho, a sharpshooter brought by Munir. Soon enough, Manya finishes off Bhatkar (the gangster who had him and his brother arrested). Jamal, Bhatkar's bodyguard also joins them. Next Manya brings Ambolkar to his knees by beating him brutally in public. The story next shows the death of Sadiq, (Arif Zakaria) an unscrupulous news reporter by Mastan. This breaks a fight between Haskar brothers and Mastan. Due to this a truce is called by Haji Maqsood (Akbar Khan). The truce is short lived as Mastan asks Manya Surve to finish Zubair. After Zubair's assassination, Dilawar kills Gyancho with the help of Jamal. He is about to kill Munir when Manya saves him. Later Afaaque is asked to kill Manya by Dilawar. Even after his refusal at first he agrees when police commissioner (Jackie Shroff) orders him to. The story comes to an end after the shootout and Manya's killing.
John Abraham as Manya Surve
Anil Kapoor as ACP Afaaque Baaghran (character based on Isaque Bagwan)
Kangana Ranaut as Vidya Joshi
Tusshar Kapoor as Sheikh Munir
Manoj Bajpayee as Zubair Imtiaz Haksar (character based on Shabir Ibrahim Kaskar)
Sonu Sood as Dilawar Imtiaz Haksar (character based on Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar)
Akbar Khan as Haji Maqsood (character based on Haji Mastan) (cameo)
Ronit Roy as Inspector Raja Ambat (character based on Raja Tambat)
Mahesh Manjrekar as Inspector Bhinde (character based on Madhukar Zende)
Siddhanth Kapoor as Gyancho
Ranjeet as Bhaskar
Jackie Shroff as Police Commissioner (fictional) (cameo)
Raju Kher as Inspector Ambolkar (character based on Inspector Dabholkar)
Arif Zakaria as Sadiq (news reporter) (fictional)
Chetan Hansraj as Potya (fictional)
Karan Patel as Jamal (Bhaskar's bodyguard) (fictional)
Sanjeev Chadda as Veera (character based on Uday Shetty)
Vineet Sharma as Bhargav Surve
Sunny Leone as Laila in the item number "Laila" (role inspired from Shabir's girlfriend Chitra)
Priyanka Chopra in the item number "Babli Badmaash"
Sophie Choudry in the item number "Aala Re Aala"
Director Sanjay Gupta knew the consequences of using Dawood Ibrahim's real name while shooting the film, but he carried on with Sonu Sood being addressed as "Dilawar Imtiaz" in the film. On 27 January 2013, Balaji Motion Pictures uploaded a new version of the theatrical trailer, and trimmed nearly every dialogue from the film off. The character of Dawood Ibrahim is only seen for three seconds in the new trailer, to avoid any hassles. Also, the character names have been changed as well, except for Abraham's character, whose name remains the same in the film. The film received an A certificate for its violence and obscene language.