Action in 'Shootout...' stylish, believable: Tusshar
Mumbai: Tusshar Kapoor, who will soon be seen in 'Shootout At Wadala', says the action in the film is believable and not in your face.
"You will not see action like cars flying unnecessarily in this film. Yes, stylish but very believable action. It won't be wise to compare it with 'Ghayal', 'Ghatak' and all, but the action in the film carries that same intensity," the 36-year-old said here on Wednesday in an interview.
"The promos also are not showing that much action but you can sense undercurrent action in the dialogues itself," he added.
The film features three item songs and two of them - "Babli badmaash" featuring Priyanka Chopra and "O Layla" featuring Sunny Leone - have already been released.
When asked who is his favourite among the two, Tusshar said: "I don't have any favourite performer, they both have their own styles."
He feels Priyanka has been performing for years so, "she knows how to dance, she is very good with her expressions".
"Sunny has her own appeal, she is different, she is new to the world of item songs. It is not fair to compare the two," he added.
A prequel to 2007 film 'Shootout At Lokhandwala', the film is a cinematic adaptation of the first-ever registered encounter by Mumbai police in which they had shot down gangster Manya Surve.
Directed by Sanjay Gupta, 'Shootout At Wadala' also stars John Abraham, Tusshar Kapoor, Manoj Bajpayee, Kangna Ranaut, and Mahesh Manjrekar and is slated for a May 1 release.
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