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OUATIMD – Once Upon Ay Time in Mumbai Dobaara Review Roundup

Mumbai, Aug 16 (): This article takes you through the various reviews of OUATIMD – Once Upon Ay Time in Mumbai Dobaara, given by various media houses.

Cast: Akshay Kumar, Imran Khan, Sonakshi Sinha

Direction: Milan Luthria

Times of India

Rating: 3.5 / 5

In OUATIMD, a love triangle forms the bloodline of the story, replete with ‘donnisms’, molls with maal and an overkill of ‘loaded’ dialogues pe dialogues.

Milan Luthria captures the essence of the period, packed with characters living behind ‘dark shades’ with an even darker conscience. This is a love story of a gangsta, it does not reopen dons’ crime diaries. This film has its moments, but it’s not as compelling as the prequel.

The Indian Express

Rating: 1.5 / 5

Given that the director and writer are the same from the sequel of Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai which came out in 2010, I knew that the clunkily-titled-and-spelt Once Upon Ay Time in Mumbai Dobaara! would tread the same territory: gangsters- muscle-flexing-in-Mumbai-which-used-to-be-Bombay, non-stop rat-a-tat of ’70s style dialogue-baazi, loud background music, and a plot riddled with predictabilities from beginning to end.


Rating: 2 / 5

Once Upon Ay Time in Mumbai Dobaara screams to Bollywood to do away with its ridiculous trend of Dobaara films simply coz this time the Dobaara was painful on its audience.


Rating: 2 / 5

Once Upon Ay Time In Mumbai Dobaara! isn’t a patch on Milan Luthria’s 2010 flick. There’s hardly any action to speak of, hardly any edge-of-the-seat thrills, hardly any heart-throbbing drama.

Oneindia entertainment

Rating: 2.5 / 5

Director Milan Luthria has tried his best in the movie set-up and given us a picture of the 80s, but fails in some aspects.

OUATIMD has a bit of love, melodious music, dashing dialogues and action and yet there is something lacking in the film. However, one could watch the movie for some kickass dialogues from Akshay Kumar.

Zee news

Rating: 2 / 5

Director Milan Luthria opts for a very conventional treatment to this film. The cinematic liberties taken in the film are anything but acceptable. The hide-and-seek game between the police and the dreadful don is quite unrealistic and it goes without saying that it’s total filmy!




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