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John Abraham and Emraan Hashmi starrer film ‘Mumbai Saga’ has been released amidst the corona epidemic. After the year 2019, John Abraham and John Abraham Emraan Hashmi have once again appeared on the screen.
Talking about the film, John Armita Rao is entertaining people in this movie. At the same time, Emraan Hashmi is playing the role of a police officer. According to Makers, it is based on true events. In the film, there is a character inspired by Balasaheb Thackeray, Bhau (Mahesh Manjrekar), who says in his meeting – ‘Mumba Devi ke city hai ye, hum aayi hai. So from today, the name of the city will be ‘Mumbai’ and Mumbai Saga starts from here.
Bombay was ruled by gangster Gaitonde. His men used to do what they wanted from the general shopkeepers for the desired week. One day a 12-year-old boy, Arjun (Prateik Babbar), raised his voice against his oppression, but at the same time, the men of Gaitonde beat him to death.
As soon as Arjuna’s elder brother Armitya Rao (John Abraham) was told about the incident. He exploded in the fire of revenge so that without thinking he stepped into the world of crime. It becomes his goal to eliminate his biggest enemy, Gaitonde.
In this, he is supported by Murali Shankar (Sunil Shetty), drug dealer Nari Khan (Gulshan Grover), and Bhau (Mahesh Manjrekar), who is a leader (inspired by Balasaheb Thackeray). Together with his three friends, Armita soon emerges as a new gangster in Bombay.
His rule runs from Dadar to Byculla. But in the meantime, there is an entry specialist encounter inspector Vijay Sawarkar (Emraan Hashmi), who vows to end the rule of Armada. In such a situation, what is the link between Gaitonde, Armatiya, Bhau, and Inspector Vijay Sawarkar, who survives and whose rule ends? The story of the film revolves around this.
Talking about the response the film is getting, it is quite good. Well-known trade expert Taran Adarsh has given 3.5 stars to Mumbai Saga by tweeting. Taran Adarsh wrote, ‘Mumbai Saga is an action-packed film, which has tremendous dialogues. John Abraham has done a wonderful job and Imram Hashmi has given dhansu performance.