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  • It is embellished with massy moments, clap worthy dialogues, sudden twists and loads of style.

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  • ...is purely for the entertainment hungry souls of Bollywood who love action and are fascinated by Bollywood dons and cops bole toh on screen bhai log or police.

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  • ...watch the movie if you’re in the mood for some pulpy, ’80s kind of movies, which were full of over-the-top characters and happenings but were good, clean fun nevertheless.

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  • If you like gritty gangster dramas packed with brawn, blood and bullets then ‘Mumbai Saga’ could be worth a watch.

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  • ...can be 'paisa vasool' for masses who love out-and-out masala commercial films showing characters larger than life.

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  • If I could just suggest a new title for this Sanjay Gupta film, it would be 'Dishoom and Dishkiyaoon', because that's what it is all about. You take your eyes off the screen for five seconds and somebody gets shot through the chest.

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  • If only the director had chosen to up his game further (and trusted today’s audience a little more) instead of turning back to a formula that has worked for him in the past, Mumbai Saga could have been a film worth returning to theatres for; all safety precautions considered.

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  • Packed with Sanjay Gupta’s trademark flourishes – aphoristic dialogue, massive close-ups, shots of men walking chest out and in slow motion towards the camera, scenes lensed through a jaundice-yellow filter – Mumbai Saga works hard to live up to its title.

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  • ...slick editing, green-toned filters and the painfully loud sound design (there isn’t a car in this film that doesn’t screech to a halt) are too limited to fill the hole that is the story.

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  • ...for all its guts and gore, goes all soggy, and soppy, in the finale.

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  • In Sanjay Gupta’s better films, the bad guys used to be more interesting, the action used to be classy. This John Abraham-Emraan Hashmi film, however, feels jaded.

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