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Once Upon A Time in Mumbai (New Hindi Film Soundtrack / Bollywood Movie Songs / Indian Cinema Music CD) Soundtrack

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  • Audio CD (July 3, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: T-Series
  • ASIN: B003UABJA2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #370,385 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Pee Loon (Mohit Chauhan)
2. Tum Jo Aaye (Rahat Fateh Ali Khan & Tulsi Kumar)
3. I Am In Love (Karthik)
4. Parda (Sunidhi Chauhan & Rana Mazumder)
5. Babu Rao (Mika)
6. Tum Jo Aaye (Reprise) (Rahat Fateh Ali Khan)<Br.7. I Am In Love (K. K. & Domnique)
8. Pee Loon (Remix) (Mohit Chauhan)
9. I Am In Love (Dance) (k. K. & Domnique)

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Composer Pritam Chakraborty usually generates interest with his new albums and he has succeeded in doing so with his latest offering, Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai . The music of this crime thriller has its moments and most of the songs are hummable.The album boasts of nine tracks.


Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai throws a surprise, a mighty pleasant one at that. There is no average song in the album as all range from good to very good. Also, there are definite chartbusters like 'Pee Loon Hoto Ki Sargam', 'I Am In Love' and 'Baburao' (if the movie runs, there won't be any stopping this one). In addition, 'Tum Jo Aaye' and 'Parda' add further value to the film's music, hence making it a complete album. Once the initial inhibition about the album offering only gangster score settles down and the fact emerges that there are quite a few love songs on the offing as well, Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai should enjoy a long innings ahead.

Overall, Pritam has tried to give something new in Once Upon A Time In Mumbai album. Music of the album is inspired by old Bollywood songs. Pritam has scored some best soundtracks in this album also. Once Upon A Time In Mumbai is one of the best albums of Pritam.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amit Talpade on July 31, 2010
There have been many gangster movies from Bollywood as there have been so many versions of this theme. In my memory one of the best movies in this genre were Company and Vastaav. There have also been a lot of movies that have been made about Haji Mastan and Dawood Ibrahim, so one tends to have a déjà vu while watching some of the latest stuff. I got that feeling too while watching `Once upon a time in Mumbai'. Supposedly based on Dawood Ibrahim and Haji Mastan and chronicling their parallel and eventual intersecting life, `Once upon' offers nothing new in terms of material because most of us are familiar with these stories fictional or otherwise. However the glue that holds the film together is the performances, dialogue, and the music to a certain extent.
Ajay Devgan is Sultan Mirza a gangster with a kind heart. While he rules the city, he refuses to involve himself in anything that will destroy its people such as dealing in drugs. One day he is asked by a policeman to take his wayward son under his wings and teach him responsibility and work. This youth is Shoaib ( Emraan Hashmi ), this will turn out to be the biggest mistake of Sultan's life.
The films narration is in flashback and is told from the viewpoint of ACP Agnel Wilson played by Randeep Hooda and has enough promise to hold our interest in the first half of the film. I loved his meetings and pursuit of Kangana Ranaut who plays a actress ( Rehana)
The film belongs to Ajay Devgan, who essays the role of Sultan Mirza with aplomb. He acts and breathes life in this act. Emraan Hashmi, while not matching Devgan's acting comes close. Although the film has a disclaimer that it is not based on the lives of Mastan.
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