Syed Firdaus Ashraf reviews Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai.
Once Upon A Time In Mumbai 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 who was written off.
Once again, he's back with a bang as ACP Agnel Wilson.
Once Upon A Time in Mumbai there was Ajay Devgn who floored us with his role of Malik Saab in Ram Gopal Varma's Company.
Once again he returns to top form with his role of Sultan Mirza.
Once Upon A Time in Mumbai there was Emraan Hashmi 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, I am speechless.
Once Upon A Time in Bollywood, heroines had little to do in a film.
Once again, Kangna Ranaut and Prachi Desai have little to do. After all, this is a gang war movie.
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 and then lost it.
Once again, he is back. Thank You, Milan.