Bollywood Stars promote Shootout at Wadala movie. Bollywood actors John Abraham, Tushar Kapoor and Anil Kapoor during the promotion of their forthcoming film Shootout at Wadala in Mumbai.
The ‘Shootout At Wadala’ team took out time from their busy promotions in Dubai to visit the Rashid Centre, set up for challenged children with special needs. His Highness Sheikh Juma Al Maktoum warmly greeted the SAW team comprising Anil
John Abraham has replaced Akshay Kumar in “Welcome Back”, a sequel to “Welcome”, and says that the Bollywood Khiladi is “happiest” for him. In the 2007 hit comedy “Welcome”, Akshay played the main lead. “Akshay is like my elder brother.
John Abraham played a bad guy in the 2004 biker film Dhoom, but when it comes to helping animals, he’s all heart. That’s why the Bollywood icon has been honoured with the title of ambassador for People for the Ethical
Here are the new Pictures of Shootout at Wadala movie posters. Shootout at Wadala is an upcoming Bollywood action crime drama film written and directed by Sanjay Gupta. It is the sequel to 2007 film Shootout at Lokhandwala, and is
Bollywood actor John Abraham, who made his debut in the industry with “Jism” a decade ago, feels blessed to be a part of Indian cinema, which celebrates 100 years next month. “It’s been my 10 years. We have always followed
Shootout at Wadala music launch by Bollywood Stars. The film stars John Abraham, Anil Kapoor, Kangna Ranaut, Tusshar Kapoor and Sonu Sood in lead roles.
Little did anyone know that a story about a sperm donor could become a hit at the box office and find critical acclaim too. But John Abraham’s debut production “Vicky Donor”, starring a debutant, pulled it off and that too
What is John Abraham’s motto as an actor? Fun and commercial viability, perhaps in that order. He says that enjoyment is key when it comes to choosing a film. He knew he would enjoy shooting with Akshay Kumar in “Desi
Reacting to reports that Balaji Motion Pictures has decided to change the name of Sonu Sood’s character Dawood Ibrahim in “Shootout At Wadala”, John Abraham, who plays gangster Manya Surve, says he still stands by the fact that the film