Mumbai Saga Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Sangeeta Ahir
- Anuradha Gupta
- Bhushan Kumar
- Sanjay Gupta
- John Abraham
- Kajal Aggarwal
- Anjana Sukhani
- Supporting Actress:
- Shruti Sinha
- Vaibhav Vishal
- Music Composer:
- Amar Mohile
- Payal Dev
- Story, screenplay and execution are good
- The performances of the leads are perfect
- The second half could have been better
Mumbai Saga is an action crime thriller scripted and directed by Sanjay Gupta. Vaibhav Vishal co-scripted the film. Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Anuradha Gupta and Sangeeta Ahir produced the film. The film has the star cast of John Abraham, Emraan Hashmi, Suniel Shetty, Kajal Aggarwal, Anjana Sukhani, Rohit Sukhwani, Rohit Roy, Prateik Babbar, Mahesh Manjrekar, Gulshan Grover, Amole Gupte, Shaad Randhawa, Samir Soni, Vivaan Parashar, Rohit Kadu Deshmukh, Ivan Rodrigues, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Hommie Dilliwala and Shruti Sinha. Amar Mohile scored the BGM, Yo Yo Honey Singh and Payal Dev composed the songs. Shikhar Bhatnagar cranked the camera and Bunty Negi edited the film.
Bombay was in the hands of gangsters. The ones who have sound finance had the capability to rule the city and cops are used by them. Amartya Rao was a youngster, who lived with his family in Bombay. When his younger brother, Arjun, got stuck in the hands of gangsters and was about to die, Amartya turned vigorous. He had to cross the cops who are under the control of the gangsters, politicians and many betrayers. What happened to him and his brother? Who are all traveled with him? The rest of the story deals with all these.
John Abraham is fantastic with his performances. Although he slips in certain scenes, his performance is overall good. Suniel Shetty had given a neat performance in his limited screen presence. Emraan Hashmi did a wonderful job. Kajal Aggarwal and Anjana Sukhani are present in the film and they don’t have much to do. Yet, they did what is required for their roles. The rest of the stars did their part as asked.
The film is set in the nineties. The production designing is neat and the art director has done his best. The characters are designed well, yet some are not stronger. The screenplay is super racy and the dialogues are strong and at times, dramatic too. The artists are properly placed and hence they deliver well and the characters get the right impact. The film has many twists and turns and makes the audience glued to their seats. Yet, the second half has some complications. With the perfect artists, the script sets well and impresses. The BGM gels well with the story and the cinematography is fantastic too.
What’s Not There?
With a quick-paced screenplay, performances of the stars and the BGM that gelled well with the story, Mumbai Saga attracts the audiences. It is watchable once!