There are statements, characters and motives contradicting each other in successive scenes that oddly complicates a simple storyline rather than simplifying them. The director Mikhil Musale’s Made In China is a film hiding behind metaphors. There are so many metaphors flying by in this film that I felt like a soldier in the field, trying to dodge them. For these empty trash talk fillings that are framed as an edgy provocative way of speech barely contains any weight for you to care about the characters. Another pathetic shield that the film uses is humour. These humorist elements anchors, what the film actually has to say, horribly down while on the other hand performers like Boman Irani lifts up your spirits and Rajkumar Rao with a plastered smile on his titled face that would hopefully sell, does indeed sell his contribution devotedly to this outdated product.

Posted by:Arth

you've got a bag of change and here are my thoughts..

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