Film based on gangster Abu Salem to be released next October


A feature film based on the life of alleged gangster Abu Salem, who is currently facing trials for serious crimes such as murder, extortion and terrorism, including the 1993 bomb blasts case, will release in October next year.

Titled “Dreaded Gangster” the film is extensively shot at locations in Pune, Mumbai, Dubai and Lisbon (Portugal), director Suvahhdan Angre told PTI.

The film focuses on Salem’s early days at his native place in Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh, his migration to Delhi in search of a job, and his relocation to Mumbai, where he joined the infamous Dawood Ibrahim gang to take up petty crimes, and went on to became a notorious gangster with a gang of his own, Angre said.

It also depicts how he allegedly handled Dawood Ibrahim’s crime syndicate and helped it flourish in Mumbai, besides his hold over Bollywood, he added.


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