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Times of India
A bar accountant falls in love with his neighbour. But their love doesn't seem a bed of roses with many impediments that lead the two lovebirds to Mumbai. Baddies, revenge, action and melodrama make for the rest of the film.
This film, with a title like Mumbai, readily screams out loud that it is about a young man's tryst with the underworld that is based out of the city of dreams. The film is penned by SR Brothers who are known to make hardcore commercial masala cinema, but this story seems rather jaded and long and doesn't seem a patch on the slick, fast-paced commercial cinema seen today. The film, though, tries hard to use all the tropes of the masala potboilers, but it ends up being too much and in disproportionate quantities.
One feels bad for an actor like Krishna, for he has all the qualities of a good commercial hero, but the film fails him despite him putting his all. Newbie Teju seems promising. The rest of the cast remain caricatures and do not rise beyond being just that.
Watch Mumbai if you like your dose of old school commercial cinema, but be warned that the film seems rather long and can test your patience.