Made in China looks fun and has the potential to be a family entertainer with a lot of laughs, feels Karan Sanjay Shah.
It's a popular belief that a Gujarati man will make a good businessman, as it is in his 'blood'.
But Rajkummar Rao's latest film Made In China shows us a different tale.
Rajkummar plays a struggling entrepreneur, who wants to become successful.
He has a beautiful wife (Mouni Roy) and a happy married life.
He gets a shot at success with help and guidance from Paresh Rawal, and his unique approach to business.
But for that, he needs to go to China.
There, starts a journey full of ups and downs.
He comes across the Tiger Penis Soup, a product which apparently is more effective than Viagra.
He befriends a sexologist, Boman Irani, who recommends Rajkummar's product to his customers and they start minting money.
Of course, all good things come with their share of the bad too.
The Made In China trailer is hilarious and engaging.
The puns, jokes, dialogues and screenplay is on point, and the credit goes to debutant director Mikhil Musale and his team of writers, Karan Vyas and Parinda Joshi.
Rajkummar Rao is convincing as a Gujarati man and as always, steals the show.
Paresh Rawal and Boman Irani are a delight to watch.
Sumeet Vyas and Mouni Roy make an impression in their bit parts.
Musale does not give out too much in the trailer and makes good use of Gujarati songs like Sanedo and Odhni Odhu Odhu Ne Udi Jaye. Can't wait to hear the full versions in the film.
Made in China looks fun and has the potential to be a family entertainer with a lot of laughs.
It will release on October 25.