Made in China Review:
Made in China Star Cast in New Delhi: As the Indian market is flouring with goods made in china, producer Dinesh Vijan was swift enough to encash on the popularity of ‘made in china’ and went in for a film made on the same name.
The cast is led by Rajkumar Rao who has shown his acting histrionics in a number of Hindi movies and is known to be experimenting with lots of new age films in the Hindi cinema
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Addressing a press conference recently at Le Meridien in New Delhi, Rajkumar Rao said that his character was of a struggling Gujrati businessman who was ambitious to make it big. But somehow things did not go according to his planning. One day, he decided to test the waters in China. And then with lots of turns and twists, he becomes a successful businessman. “I can relate to my role in real life, as I also faced many rejections in the starting days of my career, ” Rajkumar said and added that he was very sure that the movie will be liked by the people.
The film is directed by Mikhil Musale under the banner of Mad dock Films. The film is set against the backdrop of India and China.
Boman Irani has once again proved his versatility and keeps the audience gripped by his performance
The female protagonist Mouni Roy, who has a tremendous following in the country has given a good performance and will be able to stamp herself in the minds of the audiences with this film.
Talking about the film, Mouni Roy said that the role was not easy for her as she had to attend several workshops to adapt the Gujarati mannerism in dialogue delivery and gaits. She vetoed the tagline India ka Jugad by saying that there was no ;jugad’ to get a break in the film industry. “it was sheer hard work and passion,” she said.
Surely, the cash registers are going to keep ringing as the film is going to make a mark.