Mumbai Mirror - External Reviews

wogma rating: Watch if you have nothing better to do (?)
quick review:

Yet another crime drama about the goon-police nexus in the Mumbai underworld. Yawn



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17 reviewers have given Mumbai Mirror an average rating of 1.2/5.0 (?)

1 yays
10 nays
6 so-so

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Thumbs up by Aakash Barvalia, MoviezADDA ...Direction by Ankush Bhatt was impressive, where he had successfully managed to hold down the interest of mango people throughout the movie.... full review

So-So by Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama ...MUMBAI MIRROR seems like a hodgepodge of so many films put together. Nothing wrong with that, but the tried and tested stuff gets monotonous after a point.... full review

So-So by IANS, Bollywood Life ...Mumbai Mirror gets a hang of the urgent pulse of a city-on-the-edge pretty fast. There are some well-executed action scenes where Sachiin gets to do some exceedingly audacious stunts.... full review

So-So by Smita, Desi Martini ...Sachin Joshi as the Inspector is quite dynamic. He has piercing eyes. However, his voice is too high pitched and though he boasts a six pack, lacks the physical presence.... full review

So-So by Martin D'Souza, ...Director Ankush Bhatt goes rat-a-tat-tat in the beginning before sobering down in the second half to unravel the mystery... full review

So-So by K N GUpta, ...Prashant Narayanan as Sachiin's hostile colleague has not much to act. Similarly, Aditya Pancholi has no significant role. Sudesh Berry with his obvious 'Bihari' accent is okay. ... full review

So-So by Madhureeta Mukherjee, Times of India ...Sachiin Joshi does a fairly good job of a cool cop with a chip on his shoulder. His bheja satkaoing whenever he sees a woman abused - relevant in today's times. ... full review

Thumbs down Free Press Journal ...Mahesh Manjrekar, Aditya Pancholi, Prakash Raj and the supporting cast are quite effective but that’s not enough to generate interest.... full review

Thumbs down by Kritika Deval, ...The lines draw sudden bursts of laughter from this writer, inviting stern stares from the middle-aged man down the mostly empty row.... full review

Thumbs down by Swati Deogire, ...Prakash Raj, who has now played the south Indian villain so many times, is reliable but his act's getting repetitive. ... full review

Thumbs down by Shubra Gupta, indian express ...The dialogue writer has been given free rein for all the other characters as well.... full review

Thumbs down by Roshni Devi, koimoi ...Sachiin doesn’t really have the charm or charisma, and when he tries to look nonchalant, he just looks cocky and arrogant.... full review

Thumbs down by Shaheen Parkar, MiD DAY ...The supporting cast (Mahesh Manjrekar, Prakash Raj, Aditya Panscholi) play their parts in a script (penned by Ghalib Asad Bhopali) that relies strictly on pleasing the single screen audience.... full review

Thumbs down Movie Talkies ...Unless you are a die-hard Sachiin Joshi fan (snigger snigger), you are well advised to stay away from this fare.... full review

Thumbs down by Mansha Rastogi, Now ...A film's fate usually rides on the shoulders of the lead star but the miniscule Sachiin Joshi in this case takes the films to further lows.... full review

Thumbs down by Ankur Pathak, Rediff ...It's obvious that the movie is the product of an amateur trying hard to thrill, scandalise and shock, but all he makes you do is suffer, and suffer some more. ... full review

Thumbs down by Narendra Gupta, Star Blockbuster ...After Dabangg and Singham that has taken this genre a notch higher, Mumbai Mirror is a letdown.... full review