Mumbai Saga 2021 Movie Review

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Mumbai Saga Movie Review

Devesh Sharma, April 4, 2021

CAST: John Abraham, Emraan Hashmi, Suniel Shetty, Kajal Aggarwal, Rohit Roy, Anjana Sukhani, Mahesh Manjrekar, Prateik Babbar, Samir Soni, Amole Gupte and Gulshan Grover
DIRECTION: Sanjay Gupta
GENRE: Action, Crime, Thriller
DURATION: 2 hours 5 minutes


Mumbai in the 1980s, John Abraham was in peace with his father (Rajendra Gupta), younger brother Arjun (Harsh Sharma), and wife Sima (Kajal Aggarwal). You belong to the lower-middle class and like to sell. The only nightmare they exist is the mafia Don Gupta (Amol Gupta), whose mobs keep chasing street vendors. One day, Arjun was thrown off the railway bridge. Marcia was able to rescue her brother, and then declared war on Gatunde. His antics attracted the attention of Bhau (Mahesh Manjrekar). Bhau was a local king who ruled by force. Under political protection, Bhau Amartya became the uncrowned king of parts of Mumbai. His brother (Pratik Babbar) returned from London and joined him. After Amartya killed Sunil Khaitan (Samir Soni), a close businessman, his fate changed. His widow An Anjana Suhani gave him a bounty of 10,000 pounds. I soon discovered that the stuntman Vijay Savarkar (Emraan Hashmi) was dead, and the movie became a competition between police and gangsters.


Sanjay Gupta is famous for his appreciation of Hollywood and Korean movies, so you can check “Infernal Walker”, “Deeds of Hell”, “Impossible Mission-The Dust Settled” and “The Godfather” etc. He is very Indian. Seeing Emran Hashmi and John Abraham hit by the desire to kill like gladiators is indeed a sight worth seeing. It is rough and intuitive, and we hope to have more content. Unfortunately, the rest of the action comes from a large number of Massy South movies, in which the heavy hero made ten thugs fly through the air in one breath. A man drove to the climax with two trucks alone, which looked like something from the legend of Rohit Shetty. This movie is based on a true story. If you read between the two sentences, you will find immersive anger erupted among children around the world as the factory closed in Mumbai and social tensions increased. . Of course, this has led to the emergence of regional parties to support local agendas.The factory’s land enriched the builders’ funds and became an excuse to blackmail the Mafia, the police and the judiciary. At present, only Gupta is very smart and shows the poor side of Mumbai through two roles: one is Gaitonda, who is excluded from the underworld in his cell, and the other is controlling the police and Xi Jinping’s Bao. The real characters they are based on. He showed that people like Vijay and Amartya are just farmers who can be easily replaced. Everyone’s motives are uneven, which gives the film an advantage.


Everyone has a great time. Amol Gupté and Mahesh Manjrekar got the greatest range and the best lines, and escaped their roles. Pratik Babbar is characterized by small but effective. Emran Hashmi walks in the middle of the movie, his exit is very high. He has always played the gang boss, but in another role, he looks very good, playing the policeman. His style suits the charm of John Abraham, and his confrontation scenes bring this movie to life. John not only flexed his muscles, but also saw his soft side. As a man forced to become a gang, he looks good, but he is not bothered by power. This is most evident in the battle scene that became his strength. Kajal Aggarwal, who plays his beloved wife, remains true to his character.