Images from Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Again (updated)




























thanks to Saurabh…

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16 Responses to “Images from Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Again (updated)”

  1. Satyam, the title is supposedly Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Again

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  2. Haha
    Lol@ Imran khan as a ‘don’
    This casting is pathetic infact shameful. !!
    Not only does he so mot look the part inspite of best efforts, he’s quite a good guy off screen and is not a good actor to hide it onscreen!!

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  3. After seeing Imran Khan as Don(Stills)in OUATIMA….
    i remember Aamir khan doing Cop role in Baazi and thought that how can a Romantic hero useless in Action with a height (i suppose 5.5 ft)that is not even allowed to join police can play a cop n then i thought the same about Sarfarosh..!!

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  4. masterpraz Says:

    So far there’s been something which is a little unconvincing with Imran playing this part…..

    In order for the “henchman” to work (i.e Vivek Oberoi in COMPANY) there needs to be a certain raw edge that Imran lacks. I’m happy to be proven wrong, and this IMO is a crucial film for him after MATRU.

    Akshay on the other hand should slip into the silent part with ease here, but the chemistry between the two really makes or breaks a deal like this….

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  5. looks ok to me – IK can pull it off

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  6. Liking Imran here….Akshay not looking right

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  7. Akshay is going to be in his element in this kind of deal. He is going to be alright, no doubt about that at all. The major question mark is on Imran and he seems out of place here. He will need to come up with something very convincing or else it’s going to ruin everyting.

    i was watching Kidnap the other day and he was really poor there. One of the worst performances from a lead actor in recent times.

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  8. If it’s “once upon a time” why is it happening again?

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  9. didn’t like the original. it was visually arresting—LOVE the song “pee loon” and the picturization— and milan luthria captured the 70’s zeitgeist vividly, but it was a very anemic film. this one doesn’t remotely interest me….

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  10. Satyam ji, First look poster of Satyagraha, Awesome ~ [added to post]

    Thanks

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  11. mksrooney Says:

    Sonakshi looks like Imran’s elder sister!

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