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Mumbai Saga review Fans say John Abraham-Emraan Hashmi is very nice

Mumbai Saga review Fans say John Abraham-Emraan Hashmi is very nice

Mumbai Saga Twitter review Fans say John Abraham-Emraan Hashmi is very nice: 

Mumbai Saga Review

  • Film: Mumbai Saga
  • Director: Sanjay Gupta
  • Artists: John Abraham, Emraan Hashmi, Sunil Shetty, Mahesh Manjrekar, Prateek Babbar, Kajal Aggarwal
  • Rating: Three and a half
After Shootout at Lokhandwala, Shootout at Wadala, director Sanjay Gupta once again chose the criminal background of Mumbai in the 80s and 90s for his crime drama film Mumbai Saga. The film has some facts and some fiction. The film is originally inspired by the underworld brothers Ashwin Naik and Amar Naik in fiction with a lot of drama, suspense.

Mumbai Saga review Fans say John Abraham-Emraan Hashmi is very nice

The action and dialogue punts have been added but the film has nothing new. We have already seen all this in Sanjay Gupta's Mumbai crime drama films from Ram Gopal Varma. The scenes of the film are worn out, so the suspense does not startle but misses.

Storyline:

Amartya Rao (John Abraham) sells vegetables at the railway station and Mumbai is ruled by gangster Gaitonde (Amol Gupte) when he comes to the story of this film, which reflects the old licorice saying in a new bottle. He collects weeks from everyone. Amartya also gives a week quietly, but one day the story changes when Amartya's younger brother, Gaitonde's younger brother, refuses to give weeks.

Because of which the people of Gaitonde kill him and make him half-dead. After which Amartya's revenge mode is turned on. He wants to avenge his brother and eradicate Gaitonde. In this, the leader is supported by Bhau (Mahesh Manjrekar). This character is very much inspired by Bal Thackeray. Amartya begins to rule Mumbai under the shadow of Bhau.

Like all gangster drama films, there is also an encounter specialist (Emraan Hashmi). The purpose of which is to end Amartya's gang. After that, the game of thief Police starts. What will happen, this is the story ahead.

Review

There is nothing new in the story. The focus is more on action sequences and dialogue delivery than on storytelling. There is no attempt to make the film at all in today's time. The film will not be made for today's audience only by keeping Honey Singh's songs. These directors and storytellers had to think.

Performance

Talking about acting, John Abraham in the character of gangster Amrita Rao is once again seen in his Manya Surve avatar. He has missed this time as well in the emotional scene. Emraan Hashmi has done fair justice to his character.

Actress Kajal Aggarwal had nothing to do but there were only a few scenes. Mahesh Manjrekar, Amol Gupte, and Rohit Roy make a mark in their roles, especially to praise Mahesh Manjrekar, who is reminiscent of Bal Thackeray. Pratik Babbar, Sunil Shetty, and Gulshan Grover also do justice to their mixed roles.

Our opinion

If the gangster drama and Sanjay Gupta are there, the dialogues are going to be very heavy. I keep a gun just for my hobbies, the name is enough to scare me. Begin your story by finishing your anecdote. The time comes for everyone, my time will come. As the dialogues are inserted in the story which corresponds to the story. 

Like the story of the film, cinematography has also remained weak. Kulmilakar Gangster Drama's typical spice film has become a Mumbai saga. If you are a fan of this genre and John, then only this film will be able to entertain you.

Actor Rection

John and Emraan, a user tweeted, "MOVIE REVIEW- Movie can be remembered for its Power-packed punch and dialogue, #JohnAbraham excel in is his dialogue delivery, #EmraanHashmi is the perfect choice for the role. @TheJohnAbraham @emraanhashmi. Must experience this movie in the theatre (sic)."

Audience Reaction

 

Mumbai Saga also cast Suniel Shetty, Mahesh Manjrekar, Kajal Aggarwal, Rohit Roy, Gulshan Grover, and Prateik Babbar. The film takes us back to the world of cops, gangsters, deceit, betrayal, and violence, against the backdrop of the eighties and the nineties.

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