Mumbai Saga 2021 Critics Review

there is the latest Bollywood movie Mumbai Saga released. today I will discuss the Mumbai saga 2021 critics review.

Mumbai Saga | March 19, 2021 (India) Summary:
Countries: IndiaLanguages: Hindi

Review By Filmcompanion

Ratings: n/a

Review By: Anupama Chopra (Critic)

The connective tissue between scenes is so thin that it feels like Sanjay, who also wrote the story, first decided on the scenes he was excited to create and then found a way to force-fit them into a screenplay. There is an elaborate action sequence on an airstrip, another in a Mumbai mandi, and another in a bathroom in which Amartya goes up against his arch-nemesis – encounter cop Vijay Savarkar, played by Hashmi. All of these are staged with precision but Sanjay and Robin Bhatt, who co-wrote the screenplay, can’t be bothered to connect the dots. Or build tension.

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Review By NDTV

Ratings: 2/5

Review By: Saibal (Critic)

Written, produced, and directed by Gupta, Mumbai Saga, based on true events, is smartly lensed (by Shikhar Bhatnagar), crisply edited (Bunty Negi), and stylishly mounted. But it falls way, way short of being a mellow, meaningful recreation of an era because the script beats about the bush instead of plunging right into it.

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Review By Times of India

Ratings: 3/5

Review By: Ronak (Critic)

It’s a super busy screenplay that has all the trappings of a big-ticket mass entertainer, packed with all the punches, literal and metaphorical. Every line is a heavy-duty filmy dialogue that is delivered with swag and dramatics to heighten the impact. Sample this, “Bandook se nikli goli na Eid dekhti hai na Holi,” and “Marathi ko jo rokega, Marathi use those.”

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Review By Bollywood Hungama

Ratings: 4/5

Review By: Hungama (Critic)

Sanjay Gupta’s story is interesting and full of thrills and even twists and turns. The film is inspired by true events. Moreover, it is based on those people who many might not know about. Robin Bhatt and Sanjay Gupta’s screenplay is effective. The writers try their best to ensure that the focus remains on the main plot and that viewers don’t get bored even for a second. Hence, the film moves at a supersonic speed. A few moments are exceptional in the film and are very well thought of. Sanjay Gupta’s dialogues (additional dialogues by Vaibhav Vishal) enhance the film’s mass appeal. Some one-liners are sure to induce claps in the theatres.

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Review By Glamsham

Ratings: 3/5

Review By: Vishal (Critic)

Sanjay Gupta keeps a steady pace and narrates the story engrossingly. The second half goes dull for a considerable time and the climax is not at par with the entire build-up.

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Mumbai Saga Movie Run Time

2h 3m

Release Date Of Mumbai Saga

Mumbai Saga Launched On March 19, 2021.

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