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March 20, 2021

Mumbai Saga Movie Review - Critics

List of Mumbai Saga Movie Reviews from various popular critics and news portals. Kindly bookmark this page to check all the reviews which will be updated accordingly.


Star Cast - John Abraham, Emraan Hashmi, Suniel Shetty, Kajal Aggarwal
Director - Sanjay Gupta

Release Date - 19 March 2021

Total Reviews - 10

Average Score - 2.93/5

Overall Word of Mouth (Critics) - Mixed to Positive



1. Taran Adarsh -

Rating Score -> 3.5/5
#OneWordReview...
#MumbaiSaga: POWER-PACKED.
Rating: Medium starMedium starMedium star½
Action-packed entertainer with powerful dialogue... #JohnAbraham terrific, #EmraanHashmi impactful, #MaheshManjrekar, #AmolGupte superb... First hour razor-sharp, second half good... Mass entertainer! #MumbaiSagaReview
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2. Times of India -

Rating Score -> 3/5
John Abraham carries the film on his tough and able shoulders, fiercely delivering the punches. He struggles in few of the emotional scenes, but ultimately manages to deliver a performance that doesn't disappointing. Emraan Hashmi is impressive as officer Vijay Savarkar. The actor is in a good form and seems to have had the most fun playing the trigger-happy encounter specialist.
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3. DNA -

Rating Score -> 3/5
If you have followed Sanjay Gupta's directorial closely, then there's no surprise element in Mumbai Saga. The film is the old-fashioned cat-and-mouse chance between a police Vijay Savarkar played by Emraan Hashmi and gangster Amartya Rao played by John Abraham. But to get there, the film creates whole chaos in the first half from how Amartya became a gangster to how he becomes a wanted person in the eyes of the cops.
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4. Anupama Chopra -

Rating Score -> n/a
Mumbai Saga is apparently inspired by true events. I think there is a compelling story here of how the contours and conscience of the city shifted in 1996 and what was lost when Bombay became Mumbai. But Sanjay isn’t really interested in that. His aim is to glorify men and guns. But the tools in his arsenal – 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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5. Bollywood Hungama -

Rating Score -> 4/5
On the whole, MUMBAI SAGA is a film that deserves to be experienced on the big screen. It is embellished with massy moments, clap worthy dialogues, sudden twists and loads of style. At the box office, it’ll find patronage in the theatres and bring the smiles back on the faces of distributors and exhibitors.
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6. Glamsham -

Rating Score -> 3.5/5
Mumbai Saga 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. As said earlier Mumbai Saga is a massy action-packed crowd pleaser with two popular stars – John Abraham, Emraan Hashmi, taali bajao dialouges, good action. The reason we visit those single screens.
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7. Komal Nahta -

Rating Score -> n/a
On the whole, Mumbai Saga is a good masala fare for the masses but it holds limited appeal for the classes and family audiences. Its title further restricts its appeal as ‘Saga’ is not a commonly used English word and also because ‘Mumbai’ in the title makes the story more relevant for the audience in Bombay.
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8. NDTV -

Rating Score -> 2/5
Mumbai Saga, for all its guts and gore, goes all soggy, and soppy, in the finale. There is a younger brother that the hero is determined to save from harm. Trapped in superficialities and cliched tropes, the film itself could have used a rescue act.
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9. Indian Express -

Rating Score -> 1.5/5
A whole year after the lockdown, I was all set to enjoy a full-on masala film — bad guys, bursting machismo, bristling guns, and rhyming dialogues. But Sanjay Gupta’s Mumbai Saga is yet another jaded re-retread of familiar ground.
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10. Hindustan Times -

Rating Score -> n/a
So if you've followed Gupta's earlier gangster outings - Shootout at Lokhandwala and Shootout at Wadala, you'll likely enjoye Mumbai Saga, too. If not, watch it as an experiment and you may just end up liking it because there's not much to complain about.
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