By Ankush Kumar
One of the reasons why the sales of ‘Pass pass’ slumped at its launch was the movie Yaadein. Never in the history of entertainment a movie as lame as that was made, but the makers of painkillers had a smile everytime the movie was screened at any theatre in India. Once upon a time in Mumbai dobara is no different.
Premise: An extremely unique story of two friends falling for the same girl.
Plot: Well! They Lost it!
Acting: Over the top, caricaturish & Lousy.
Citizen Kane moment: A few scenes like Akshay Kumar’s bank sequence or the tayab Ali song and possibly the background music.
Kela moments: Sans the above three the entire movie.
Technical Aspect: As usual brilliant by bollywood standards, gaudy by our western counterparts.
Take home: Acting by Pitobash and Sonali Bendre.
Leave Behind: The dialogues, Rajat Arora tries too hard this time. The plot if there was any, acting a huge let down by the main cast and a disappointing result to a brilliant first part.
Rating: 1 out of 5.
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