John-Imran impress, but dialogue is an overdose, Mumbai Saga Review in hindi john abraham emraan hashmi

John-Imran impress, but dialogue is an overdose, Mumbai Saga Review in hindi john abraham emraan hashmi

Mumbai Saga Review

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  • John Abraham and Emraan Hashmi starrer Mumbai Saga has been released.
  • This is a big film to be released after the Corona epidemic.

Mumbai Saga Review in hindi: John Abraham and Emraan Hashmi’s film Mumbai Saga, full of action, drama and dialogue, has been released. This is a big film to be released after Corona. Emraan Hashmi and John Abraham are working together for the first time in the film Mumbai Saga. Crime crime drama John Abraham has appeared in the role of gangster in this film. This is the story of the 80s and 90s, in which malls and big buildings have replaced mills in Mumbai. The film will tell the story of Bombay becoming Mumbai. Apart from Emraan Hashmi and John Abraham, Suniel Shetty, Jackie Shroff, Amol Gapte, Prateik Babbar, Gulshan Grover and Rohit Roy will also be seen in the film Mumbai Saga.

such is the story

It is shown in the film that to establish his dominance, John Abraham commits several murders and puts a well-known industrialist in the middle of the road. After that it is announced that the policeman who shoots him in the head will get a reward of 10 crores. After this comes Emraan Hashmi and his aim is to eliminate John. “Time is for everyone, my time will come”, says Armatya Rao (John Abraham) to his enemy Gaidonde (Amol Gupte), sitting in a barracks in the prison. Armtya, along with three friends, soon emerges as a new gangster from Bombay. He runs from Dadar to Byculla. But in the meantime, there is an entry of Announcer Specialist Inspector Vijay Savarkar (Emraan Hashmi).

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Characters inspired by them

In the film, there is a character inspired by Balasaheb Thackeray, Bhau (Mahesh Manjrekar).. who says in his meeting- “Mumba Devi ka city hai ye, hamari aai hai.. So from today the city’s name will be Mumbai..” Film 80 It is based on the world of the Mumbai underworld in the 1980s. Amratya Rao’s character is based on Mumbai gangster DK Rao. DK Rao was once Chhota Rajan’s right hand. DK Rao survived the police encounter not once but thrice. The real name of DK Rao is also Ravi Mallesh Vora. Ravi Mallesh, born in a chawl in Matunga area, became DK Rao in the 80s. DK Rao used to demand ransom, bank robbery, murder, threats for Don Chhota Rajan. DK Rao has enmity with Dawood Ibrahim. Dawood Ibrahim is behind DK Rao. At the same time, after deporting Chhota Rajan to India, he parted ways with DK Rao. He had formed his own gang.

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Acting and Direction

Director Sanjay Gupta had earlier given a great film like Kaabil (2017) but he could not give anything new in this film. Not a single suspense works in the film. Although John Abraham leaves his mark in the role of gangster Armatya Rao and Emraan Hashmi also settles in his character. Apart from these, two more characters who have appeared strong are Mahesh Manjrekar and Rohit Roy. The film’s actress Kajal Aggarwal had a few dialogues, so she could not show much effect.


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