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Dilip Buwa (1966-1991) was an Indian Underworld gangster who used to work for the D-Company, controlled by Mafia don Dawood Ibrahim. He was killed in an encounter at the 1991 Lokhandwala Complex shootout with the then Additional Police Commissioner of Mumbai, Aftab Ahmed Khan, at the age of 25. He was portrayed by Tusshar Kapoor in the Bollywood film Shootout at Lokhandwala.

Maya Dolas was just reckless and foul mouthed. Dilip Buwa was cold blooded. Unlike Dolas, nothing could divert Buwa's attention when his fingers were on the trigger. He was a mentor to Chhota Rajan. Post shootout media coverage made out Dolas to be the big gun. “It was far from the truth. Dolas just kept hurling abuses from inside the building, while the real bullets were being pumped by Buwa. I knew nothing about Maya Dolas, except his reputation. Buwa was something else. He was Dawood Ibrahim’s best shooter and his most efficient killer. Till date, there has been no second.” [1]

Aftab Ahmed Khan, Officer in-charge of the Anti-Terrorist Squad at the time of Lokhandwala Shootout

The director of Shootout at Lokhandwala, Apoorva Lakhia, stated in an interview that Dilip Buwa once shot two girls at a bus stand in Bhandup, just because they were laughing.[2]

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