Syed Firdaus Ashraf reviews Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai.
Once Upon A Time In Mumbai [ Images ] there was Bollywood which used to give us great films, but not anymore. Hopes of seeing great films from today's filmmakers seem lost.
Once you watch Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai, however, all hope is not lost. Watch the trailer here.
Once Upon A Time there were writers like Salim-Javed in Bollywood.
Once again, we have found such a writer in Rajat Aroraa. Watch the film and you will understand. By the way, Rajat, where were you hiding all this while?
Once Upon A Time in Mumbai there was an actor called Randeep Hooda [ Images ] who was written off.
Once again, he's back with a bang as ACP Agnel Wilson.
Once again he returns to top form with his role of Sultan Mirza.
Once Upon A Time in Mumbai there was Emraan Hashmi [ Images ] who acted brilliantly and smooched girls with aplomb.
Once again he has acted brilliantly as Shoaib. The smooches, however, are missing this time.
Once Upon A Time in Mumbai there was a genre of music in Bollywood that we used to love, dhan-tanan-tananan.
Once again Tananan Tananan, Tananan, Taan Taan returns. You've got to hear it to believe it.
Once Upon A Time Bollywood used to give us melodious music.
Once again, we find that in this film. Pritam [ Images ], I am speechless.
Once Upon A Time in Bollywood, heroines had little to do in a film.
Once Upon A Time our film critic Raja Sen would have reviewed this film.
Once again, thank you Raja for going on a sabbatical so that I could review this film instead of you.
Once Upon A Time in Mumbai, I saw a great movie on Thrusday night.
Once again, I am going to see it on Saturday with my family and again on Sunday.
Once Again, you are reading my stupid review.
Once again, I am reminding you to book your tickets for this film.
Once Again, you're still reading this review. Stop and go buy a ticket. Now!
Once Upon A Time in Mumbai there was a director Milan Luthria who made Kacche Dhage with Ajay Devgn and Saif Ali Khan [ Images ] and then lost it.
Once again, he is back. Thank You, Milan.