Famous 'Ram-Lakhan jodi' returns in Shoot out at Wadala

New Delhi, April 18 (ANI): The famous Ram-Lakhan Jodi is all set for a comeback in Ekta Kapoor's multi-starrer action thriller 'Shoot out at Wadala', where Jackie Shroff will play the role of a police commissioner and will be accompanied by Anil Kapoor.

The actors got candid while shooting for their last scene in the film in Mumbai.

"Today is the last day of the film and I am playing the role of a Commissioner along with the inspector. It feels great that we working together after so long. We have done many films together, especially Ram-Lakhan," Shroff said.

"He was a Rangeela inspector then who use to do all the wrong things. And today I have become a Commissioner and he has become a decent inspector. So it's great to see that. As you can see he is my Lakhan and whatever he has done with me in the scene is outstanding and I really liked it," he added.

Meanwhile, Kapoor asserted that he is happy to work with his former co-star again.

"We are happy that we are working together and the team because of whom we are here today was also there so it was great to work with them. But since we were so engrossed in the film that our first priority was that the scene should be up to the mark," he said.

"So we first prepared for it and shot the scene then we ate together, laughed together and forgot some dialogues and remembered them. So it was same as before nothing has changed as such," Kapoor added.

The film, which also stars actors like John Abraham, Tusshar, Manoj Bajpayee, Sonu Sood and Mahesh Manjrekar, is slated for a May 3rd release. (ANI)

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