‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobaara’ takes off from where Once Upon A Time In Mumbai concluded -- the struggle for power. But unlike most gangster movies, this film takes the precarious route of narrating a love story, with two criminals falling in love with the same woman, besides focusing on the game of one-upmanship between gangsters and the power struggle being played in the lanes and streets of Mumbai. Right from the ambiance to the outfits to the dialogue the protagonists or the assorted characters deliver, everything mirrors the 1970s and 1980s with accuracy and aptitude. Unfortunately, the first hour doesn't cut ice, focusing on the mandatory light moments, songs and dramatic moments that seldom seize your attention. However, Milan and writer Rajat Aroraa make sure they reserve the best for the second hour, packing the film with heavy-duty drama and conflict that makes it captivating and engaging! A must watch!

Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobaara!
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