Shootout At Wadala mints Rs 10.01 crore on opening day
John Abraham's Shootout At Wadala has reportedly created a landmark in the history of A- certificates in Hindi cinema. The box office collections on the opening day amount to Rs 10.01 crore.bollywood Updated: May 04, 2013 21:05 IST
A source says, “Always one to take a back seat, John constantly praises Kangana, calling her a nice human being and one of his finest co-stars. During city tours, interviews and conversations with fans and the media, he’s been talking about her role as well as her professionalism and acting skills. He makes it a point to mention her whenever he can and even keeps her posted about the marketing and promotion of the film.” JOHN THE FRIEND
John Abraham on the sets of Bade Achhe Lagte Hain
John Abraham, Sophie Chaudhary and Tushar Kapoor were spotted promoting their upcoming action film, Shootout at Wadala, on the sets of famous television show, Bade Achhe Lagte Hain, in Mumbai yesterday.
The film which is based on the first-ever registered encounter by Mumbai police at Wadala, will hit the theatres on 3rd May, 2013. PROMOTIONS
John Abraham felt he can't play Manya Surve
Actor-producer John Abraham initially doubted his ability to portray gangster Manya Surve in Shootout At Wadala. "When I first read the script, I said it's not possible for me to do the film. The image that people had about John Abraham, John also had the same perception about himself. So I said John Abraham cannot play Manya Surve," the 40-year-old said here in an interview.
However, later he took it up as a challenge.
"I was very worried, scared, stressed but I said it was a make-or-break situation for me in my life. If I can play Manya Surve, I will change my image as an actor and I decided to do it. I decided to take up this role and I did it," said the actor seen in films like Dhoom, Water and Force. JOHN ABRAHAM BECOMES MANYA SURVE