The rest of the cast fare no better – Amole Gupte as the giggly gangster Gaitonde, Shaad Randhawa and Ronit Roy as Amartya’s loyal accomplices, Kajal Aggarwal as Amartya’s chirpy and supportive wife Seema, and Prateik Babbar as Amartya’s angry brother Arjun.
Who is the real story of Mumbai Saga?
Of late, several Bollywood films based on true events have faced backlash online for hurting public sentiments but director Sanjay Gupta, whose newly released film Mumbai Saga is purportedly inspired by the lives of late gangster Amar Naik and his brother Ashwin Naik, is unfazed by all the hullabaloo.
Is Mumbai Saga a true story?
What’s the real story of Mumbai Saga movie? While the trailer states, ‘inspired by true events’, it could be anything or anyone really, considering Mumbai’s lush legacy of Mufasas. But here, it is loosely inspired by the lives of Amar Naik and Ashwin Naik.
Who gave name Mumbai?
In 1995 Bombay officially became Mumbai. To mark the occasion Shiv Sena leader Bal Thackeray installed a marble plaque with the name on the Gateway of India – a famous sandstone arch. But the national government objected, fearing Bombay would lose its identity internationally.
Where is Amartya Rao now?
Now you might be thinking that did Amartya died in real life but the answer is he was one of the most savage criminals in the history of India. He managed to survive about three encounters faced by the Mumbai police and is currently living in jail.
Which mill is shown in Mumbai saga?
Mumbai Saga is the latest film to depict the Great Bombay Textile Strike of 1982 in which almost 250,000 mill workers from 65 textile mills participated. The movement was led by the trade unionist Datta Samant.
Will Amartya die in Mumbai saga?
Mumbai Saga follows the story of how Amartya Rao (loosely based on gangster DK Rao) rises to power and…well his fall. The real DK Rao is in jail, however Amartya Rao in the movie dies in an overtly dramatic clash with Emraan Hashmi.
What is the ending of Mumbai saga?
Arjun escapes unhurt. An angry Amartya then finishes off Sunil Khaitan in broad daylight. His widow, Sonali (Anjana Sukhani), goes to the police headquarters and announces that she’ll reward Rs. 10 crore to the cop who kills Amartya.