Shootout At Lokhandwala is loaded with action, and typically a movie for guys. Therefore, do not expect so much anything extraordinary in this genre in the movie. Most of the action is inspired by previous underworld action movies and some Hollywood action movies. The background score was cool.
Tusshar Kapoor seemed promising in this new negative role when I watched the trailers, but that was disappointing. He still has some shades of “chocolate boy” image in the movie. Vivek Oberoi has repeated his negative role from Company, which works well.
Apoorva Lakhia, the director, knows how to make cool-factor movies, which he also proved by his previous movie Ek Ajnabee. (We are off course disregarding the flopping Mumbai Se Aya Mera Dost).
The climax was good executed and the villains showed two-shaded characters, both their positive sides and negative. Sometimes, I was about to feel mercy in them. In the end, I am wondering why the main heroes didn’t wear bullet proof jackets during climax?! I think it was a fault in the movie, which doesn’t need further comments since the overall impression of the movie was good.