Mumbai -- Bollywood star Tusshar Kapoor, who is waiting eagerly for a hit movie these days, hopes that his upcoming multi-starrer film Shootout at Wadala wins the heart of cine goers. The actor whose last film Char Din Ki Chandni proved to be a box office dud, feels that if the promotion of the movie is done well then the gangster saga will definitely be a commercial hit. "Any amount of promotion is not enough. One has to leave no stone unturned for promotions today...one has to break all boundaries as far as box office goes. In case of Dirty Picture, no one thought this film would create history in terms of women-oriented films, but it went on to do very good business," the actor said. He added, "Now in case of gangster films, I wish Shootout at Wadala creates history in terms of business. For that, one has to do right kind of promotions...everything has to be perfect. It is good to start promotions early." Shootout at Wadala, a prequel of Sanjay Guptas 2007 film Shootout at Lokhandwala, revolves around the story of notorious gangster Manya Surve played by John Abraham. Tusshar, who is playing the character of Sheikh Munir in the film said, I am playing a Muslim character for the first time...so it's a different role for me.