Movie Review: Cash

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Armaan Gulati (Amol Parashar) is young. He has no shortage of ideas. He has great faith in startups. Have a passion to make money. Makes every bad work out of jugaad. Yes, it is a different matter that the connection of his ideas with luck is not good. That’s why his business gets closed before it starts. In the meantime comes demonetisation. Armaan’s uncle has Rs 5 crore in 500 and 1000 notes. Black has to be made white. The money laundering game begins. The rush begins. Girl enters. Police and a Bahubali former MLA also enter the story. The story progresses like a fun ride and reaches the climax.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced demonetisation in the country on 8 November 2016. People in every corner of India faced various problems during this period. It is not known how much effect this had on black money, but the morning and evening of the general public was definitely spent outside the bank in line. But in the meantime, we all also saw such people around us who were seen adopting different tricks to make their black money white in some way or the other. Whether it is to put money in the account of the house worker or something else. The film’s hero Armaan Gulati (Amol Parashar) has to earn money. His startup ideas often fail. In demonetisation, he understands that by doing money laundering, he can make money from commission. He is quick-witted, so he knows how to move money. Now he has 5 crore rupees, which he carries everywhere from jewelery shop to railway tickets. Obviously, if the money is more, then there will be more running around in this affair. Along with the comedy in the film, there is also a suspense whether Armaan is able to do this juggling of money, although you come to know about it in the climax. Director Rishabh Seth has brought a comedy film on the screen on the pretext of demonetisation, which does not tire you. Average entertainment. Sometimes she laughs too. At the same time, on the pretext of the film, we also get information about many such ways, by which somewhere during demonetisation, black money has been converted into white. The film has been released on OTT and is such, which you can watch with family while having dinner at night. The canvas of the film is not very big. It’s like normal life. There is no scope in the story of VFX or big sets. So it keeps moving forward in a light-hearted manner. We have recently seen Amol Parashar in ‘Sardar Udham’. Amol, who started his film career with ‘Rocket Singh’, looks confident on screen. But he lacks the charm that can pull the film on his shoulders. He is in the character of his friend, who supports him every time he does not want to. Kevin is a talented actor and he looks natural. The film’s actress Smriti Kalra doesn’t have much to share. Swanand Kirkire and Gulshan Grover have also done their part well. There are not many songs in the film. Its music doesn’t stick with you, but it doesn’t bore you during the film. Director Rishabh Seth’s effort is good. But one problem is that 5 years have passed since the time he is telling the story. In such a situation, initially it takes time to connect with the story as a viewer. One of the reasons for this is that after demonetisation, an epidemic like corona in the country imprisoned people so much that the problems of the era have started to seem less. Overall, the good thing about ‘cache’ is that it doesn’t look cumbersome. Although it is not such that after 1 hour 58 minutes it is remembered. The film is time pass and must be seen once.


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