- Actors: Akshay Kumar, Imran Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Sonali Bendre, Sarfaraz Khan
- Directors: Milan Luthria
- Format: Blu-ray
- Language: Hindi
- Subtitles: English
- Region: All Regions
- Number of discs: 1
- Rated: U/A (Parental Guidance)
- Studio: Shemaroo
- Product Release Date: 27 Oct 2013
- Run Time: 160 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B00FKA0DA2
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #15,511 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Dobaara
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Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Dobaara is the story of an underworld don, Shoaib (Akshay Kumar) who killed his mentor in the past (Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai) to gain supremacy and is now the ruling mafia king. His influence and power has spread right up to the Middle East today. Shoaib is now a flamboyant suave man who is feared and revered. Shoaib's only confidantes are his best friend Javed, who oversees his empire for him and his former lover Mumtaz (Sonali Bendre) who is now his closest friend. He often visits the poor Muslim areas where he grew up and it is on one such visit that he meets Aslam (Imran Khan). He takes him under his wings and gradually Aslam becomes one of his favourites. Shoaib wants to gain full control over Bombay and this is met with resistance from two existing ganglords Vardha and Arun. Vardha and Arun join hands with a cop Sreenu, whose only purpose in life is finishing off Shoaib's reign, for which he gladly joins hands with the ganglords. While Bombay continues to be the object of their fancy Shoaib stumbles upon a young actress Yasmin (Sonakshi Sinha). He is immediately taken in by her freshness, beauty and candor. Slowly, but surely his attraction towards Yasmin goes onto becoming an obsession. This creates a rift between Shoaib and Aslam and results in the ultimate showdown between the mentor and protege.
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Once upon a time takes off right from the point when the previous one ended. Emraan Hashmis role now essayed by Akshay Kumar who is the king of the underworld, he lives in a mansion in a far off land- Oman.
Shoaib (Akshay Kumar) is the new don. He is needy, crazy and vicious with a swagger that accompanies his chain smoking and retro suits, All the time mouthing lines of wisdom and common sense. An botched attack on him prompts him to return to Mumbai. He bumps into Jasmine ( Sonakshi Sinha) and his instantly smitten by her ways. He however does not realise that his trusted aide Aslam ( Imran Khan) also loves her. She rejects his advances and turns him to vengeful lunatic....
Its the 80's and its retro time, we see ambassadors, Maruti cars and fashion reflects the time period. The theme is Romance and not rivalry for the underworld. There are traces of turf wars between Rawal ( Mahesh Manjrekar) and Shoaib but love for a woman is the cause of violence.
OUATIM has a great first half thanks to some great writing and dialogues- Machchar jiska khoon peeta hai ussi ke haathon marta hai- Thank you Rajat Arora. Although the writing is great, I felt that these dialogues were forced throughout the film.
The love story and the ensuing conversations that follows between Aslam and Jasmine were fun to watch. The second half was long and boring with the song Bismillah served up for no reason. The last hour was a drag for me but the monologue by Akshay Kumar at the end was a treat.
Performances were great and Akshay Kumar although at times seems to be over the top is good. He has the best lines and the meatier role. Imran Khan was a misfit and tries hard to play a ruffian, it just did not suit him. Sonakshi Sinha as the love interest looks pretty and gives a neat performance. Sophie Choudry is scintillating in a brief role.
The prequel had sensational music, music that I still listen too but this soundtrack falters. The only songs that I liked was Yeh Tune Kya Kiya and Chugliyan both great numbers.
The dialogue writing is what makes the movie awesome- each line is superb and that credit should go to Rajat Arora. Direction and the editing in the second half could have been tighter and the climax explosive but that doesn't happen. I thought that this was a decent one time watch primarily because of the writings. one question vexed me though- Why did they change "a" to "ay" in the title of the film.Three stars. 8/15/2013