The Akshay Kumar-Imran Khan-Sonakshi Sinha starrer Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobaara is an excruciating experience. Considering Milan Luthria’s second instalment of his gangster flick has been riding high on good hype, Akshay Kumar’s star power and the fact that it’s a sequel to the 2010 hit film starring Ajay Devgn and Emraan Hashmi, I consciously made up my mind to enter the cinema hall with no preconceived notions. After being completely besotted with Ajay-Emraan’s game of one-upmanship, dumdaar screenplay and dhaansu dialogue baazi in the first film, I expected an equal dosage of the same from Shoaib (Akshay Kumar) and his subordinate Aslam (Imran Khan), if not more, in this new one. But unfortunately, much to my dismay Luthria, dialogue writer Rajat Arora and producers Balaji Motion Pictures have left me disappointed…. big time.