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Plot:

Story of Failed Gujarati Businessman, who jumps into unknown world of China to get once in a life time business idea, which will change his life.

Also Known As: Made in China

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  • joshua
    JOSHUA

    nice and mysterious movie..! hi is smart.

  • the-truth
    The Truth

    lose the comments dude….. you got wannabe film critics and flat out racists comments and people just swearing for no good reason, being posted on here. or at least make it so only you see the comments. book of eli has an actual racist comment referring to Denzel Washington as the “N” word. And im not black

  • bibby
    bibby

    you bitches need to shut up

  • wisdom-nepal
    Wisdom nepal

    Movie contains Great ideas and guidance to Start own startups for entrepreneurs. Must watch for entrepreneurs 7.5 / 10

    • bibby
      bibby

      what do you know abt enterpreteneur anyway, r u one? i think the fuck not

  • neeraj
    neeraj

    pls upload dream girl and chhichhore

  • rebekka-birnbaum-b-sc
    rebekka birnbaum b sc

    Raghuvir Mehta(Rajkumar Rao) is a down-on-his-luck entrepreneur, who fails at every new business venture he sets up.Chinese dignitary attending a ‘Glorious Gujarat’ summit in Ahmedabad drinks a sex potion n He drops dead. A diplomatic crisis looms n Story starts. But a trip to China seems a good luck for rao. But soon as a result of this, he finds himself as a prime suspect in the murder of a Chinese General, in India.There are some sparks of humor and a few crude jokes thrown in here and there.Made in China carries the message around sex and exposing the taboo and hypocrisy surrounding it, which is a commendable effort.Overall, this one is Rajkummar Rao’s film n tht is one time watch.Acting- Rajkumar, boman, paresh r good,,

  • univ-prof-olfert-thorsen
    univ prof olfert thorsen

    Made in China is a 1 time watch film. Not enough entertainment plus a very weak script. I don’t know why Rajkummar Rao is wasting his time and talent on films like this. Choppy script and unrealistic. Too many plot holes. There’s a message and I wholeheartedly agree that we need to start the conversation and not be ashamed to. Still, that being said there’s no way I would take my children to watch this one.

  • erkki-hamalainen
    erkki hamalainen

    This movie is totally worthy to watch, you’ll learn something, laugh hard many times, and don’t know about others but I didn’t get bored, because of releasing at wrong time it doesn’t score that number it deserve, whereas housefull 4 earn bigger amount because of akshay kumar, but we all know housefull 4 is crap, i hope audience make this movie successful. please go guys if its not late πŸ˜…

  • maud-spier
    maud spier

    “Made in China”started on a certain premise which was very interesting,but for some strange reason was not worked on at all. As a matter of fact,the movie took another turn,thus pushing that premise in the background.The movie was based primarily on Raj Kumar Rao who as always did a very good job with the others putting in average to competent performances. As usual the songs were totally unnecessary and at 2.12hrs it was definitely too long by about 20 minutes.After the interval the film really began to drag and as a result the quality of same fell even further. At best it’s an average picture 5/10

  • wayne-pham-phd
    wayne pham phd

    Ticking most of the boxes of an Edutainment-Commercial movie during the festive season. ( Trying to keep the review spoiler free but assuring the hints )Review of the Movie: Blending the two segments of Business/Entrepreneurial Spirit and Awareness on socially relevant challenges of our country, “Made in China” attempts to deliver a complete package and almost justifies it.This movie takes it’s audience on an unusal way of story-telling (few hops here and there during the movie). Nevertheless, the entire movie will keep you engaged with it’s purpose and perfect amount of entertainment.From Business perspective touched upon in the movie, it’s quite creatively handled by the entire team ( Paresh Rawal stands-out in this aspect and audience will surely remember his dialogues )From Awareness perspective, the movie seems to intend their message for the adults. The movie handles the social challenge with appropriate amount of analogies without becoming too aggressive or repeatative about it. Surely, the commercial-entertainment part is handled. This movie focuses more on making all the adults getting more comfortable about expressing and asking for help, thus the movie attempts to reduce the barriers for communication in this aspect. ( Not a movie to be watched with children because there are efforts made to make them aware already, but the society is equally responsible to become aware and comfortable).Definitely, worth a watch, but if you like it then go ahead and watch it again ;)Some Techincal Pointers (after watching some expert critics and reviewing not giving fair review about the movie) (Out of 5):Story/Screenplay: 4 (Appropriate for the target audience, Pay attention to what’s going on in the background macthes the main context very well)Acting: 4 ( Every Character does their part well, yes there are stand out performers and few averages as well)Educationl / SocialMessage / Entertainment: 5 (No problem here)Music: 3.5 (Songs are good and appealling but their flow could have been integrated in a better way with the story)Overall: 4 ( Do watch the movie )

  • tanja-zemljic
    tanja zemljic

    One time watch movieIt is based on word sex which is a taboo in our society Truly amazing movieA middle-class businessman, dejected by his failures, goes to China with the hope to get a successful business idea and better his prospects. There, he embarks on an unusual and comical journey and finds something much better, which will change his life and a second chance in life, to get it right. “Made in China” is a Gujarati Entrepreneurs’ Hilarious story, from a Nepali handicraft dealer to a Millionaire.

  • zdravko-bizjak
    zdravko bizjak

    Clubbing the unrelated themes of sex and entrepreneurship could have been a sure shot USP if the writing was sharper, especially in the first half. The film wastes too much time before the post-interval hour finally salvages audience interest in what’s going on.

  • berzins-ivars
    berzins ivars

    This is one story that appeals for its sheer relativity. Having grown up in the western part of India, specifically in Ahmedabad, I can understand where Raghu comes from…and indeed where he is going. Amdavadis are pretty much tigers when it comes to business….even the most docile amongst them turning into veritable wild animals. And yes they are super adventurous. The trailer is a bit misleading. It’s not a sex comedy. It’s a sensible drama with liberal doses of entertainment. The cast is in top form. It’s a roller coaster worth riding. Watch it.

  • erika-liepa
    erika liepa

    A very strong approach to the people of our country with 1.32 billion population but still think the matter ‘sex’ is ‘ashlil’. Director, script writer have done a wonderful job in making this film more and more appealing to audience. The story itself doesn’t turn u on but the moral definately does.Acting- Rajkumar Rao was undoubtedly the best factor about the movie. Mouni Roy didn’t had so much to do with the film other than dancing which made the film better in terms of acting. The supporting actors namely Booman Irani and Rameesh Rawal was excellent.Story- Expected more from the story but turned out to be a simple storyline. It’s basically based on a novel so nothing with the direction itself. But the moral was πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘If Bollywood wants to make film on Sex Education factor to make children aware of it rather than making it a taboo, they should go with films of this category rather than films like ‘Khandaani Safakhana’.

  • janeta-preda
    janeta preda

    Raghuvir Mehta is a down-on-his-luck entrepreneur, who fails at every new business venture he sets up. But a trip to China promises to change that and Raghu bites the bait. But soon as a result of this, he finds himself as a prime suspect in the murder of a Chinese General, in India. At first go, Made in China starts off on a sure footing as it sets itself up as a crime investigative story. A Chinese General is found dead after he helps himself to a cup of Chinese ‘Magic Soup’. The investigators believe that an ingredient found in the soup, which is derived from tigers, is the reason behind the General’s death. The owner of the soup company, Raghuvir and those who worked with him are summoned to get to the bottom of this mystery. And from here on, the film goes into a long flashback mode. In fact, so long, that you may not be blamed if you forget mid-way that this was all being related to uncover the story behind the death. After a series of failed businesses, Raghuvir aka Raghu (Rajkummar Rao) finally hits the jackpot as an underground supplier of a potent Chinese aphrodisiac. Though his journey to this successful stage of his life is an amalgamation of interesting anecdotes and people. There is his unplanned meeting with a potential invester, Tanmay Shah (Paresh Rawal); his daily dose of motivational mantras from the youtube videos of Mr.Chopra (Gajraj Rao), who spouts gems like, “Dimag ideas ka gamla hain,” ; his loving relationship with his wife, Rukmini (Mouni Roy), who he wants to see happy at any cost; his condescending rich uncle Mota Papa and cousin, Dhanraj (Sumeet Vyas), and finally, his most lucrative collaboration with Dr.Vardhi (Boman Irani), a 70 year old sexologist. Rajkummar Rao is endearing, sincere and heartfelt as the bumbling, under confident Raghu, who at the same time is also passionate enough to follow his calling, no matter how many times he fails. Boman Irani is a delight to watch as he gives an impassioned performance as Dr.Vardhi. Gajraj Rao, Paresh Rawal, Sumeet Vyas are in fine form. Mouni Roy as Rukmini puts in a decent effort. The setting and mileu of Ahmedabad is captured well. However, where Made in China falters is the weak storyline with digressions in the narrative and portions that feel like a stretch. There are some sparks of humor and a few crude jokes thrown in here and there. At the heart of it, Made in China carries the message of normalizing conversations around sex and exposing the taboo and hypocrisy surrounding it, which is a commendable effort but it also does get preachy. Overall, this one is Rajkummar Rao’s film all the way and worth a watch to savor his acting prowess.

  • venera-kakaurize
    venera kakaurize

    Great film with strong content and social message. The story is based on the major issue of our society. It takes time to create a story in the first half. But in the second half you will easily get connected. Rajkumar Rao plays the Gujarati character very well. Boman Irani’s character was very energetic and it seems natural for some time. Paresh Rawal’s cameo was awesome. In the climax you will be really surprised and appreciate the character. Mouni Roy’s screenplay was short but he played it well. The songs are average. The background music sounded weak in some scenes and so you can get bored especially in the first half. Everything else is good. This film could have been made more interesting and impressive.

  • cornel-aanei
    cornel aanei

    Although I believe This movie would have been if Ayushmaan was in but still India needs movies like this… On sex education.. It is not a big deal

  • ludek-kratochvil
    ludek kratochvil

    This Movie is one of the worst Movies for Rajkumar Rao

  • timothy-snyder
    timothy snyder

    Don’t go while seeing it you will want to kill yourself

  • ase-henriksen
    ase henriksen

    A movie that moves you, if I may state a few words. It will strike as a cheap comedy at first, one based in China, but it ends up being far more than that. It is rather an attempt to put forward the situation quite synonymous to the typical Indian crowd, it takes the courage to do what others may despise and comes across beautifully. And to add to that, Rajkumar Rai’s scintillating performance with Boman Irani’s hilarious quirks. It is for sure a must watch, if you are willing to undermine a few tiny blunders.

  • duje-matahlija
    duje matahlija

    This movie would have been a masterpiece but thanks to the poor execution and director for portraying it in a very immature way .

  • alistar-dinu
    alistar dinu

    Made In China is symptomatic of what’s often happening in Bollywood right now. They have a concept driven by content that’s high on blending entertainment and message, and the idea is original, too. Acting bt the Lead Actor was good but Actress again disappointed me.It lacks a good EXECUTION to make a MARK. I enjoyed it by the way because of its CONTENT . 7/10 my rating !

  • joel-bass
    joel bass

    Movie is really enjoyable although you can’t watch with children as it’s adult movie. 15+

  • zhirayr-shabownts
    zhirayr shabownts

    #FinalVerdictThe movie suffers from a weak script & vacuous screenplay which will be a huge turnoff even for its target audience. The masses will be disappointed and box office prospects will also be a grim disappointment. Director Mikhil Musale is making his Bollywood directorial debut with Made In China & even though one is mentally prepared for the kind of adult humour that the film promises to offer, still, one feels let down because it goes extremely overboard & directionless. Add to that, the puerile story (Mikhil Musale, Parinda Joshi & Karan Vyas, with Niren Bhatt’s additional screenplay) only makes the film cringeworthy. The film is nothing but an onscreen amalgamation of one-liners & double entendres. Replete with outrageous dialogues (Niren Bhatt & Karan Vyas), Made In China hinges on a wafer-thin plot, relies largely on jokes & gags which appear funny at times but cheap in the overall perspective and turns into a serious letdown.Though there are instances where you feel like director Mikhil Musale has somehow managed (read ‘struggled’) to maintain the film’s proceedings, they are few and far between. What Made In China really needed was a good dose of the magic soup itself.While the music (Sachin-Jigar) is nothing to write about, it remains an average fair. The background score (Sachin-Jigar) helps lift a few moments but is not enough. The editing (Manan Ashwin Mehta) too, is plain average. As for the performances, Rajkummar Rao stands out with a magnificent act. The actor hasn’t let the shimmer of his success taint his acting. Although this is Mouni Roy’s second Bollywood film, she owns every bit of the screen time she gets. Amyra Dastur, Paresh Rawal, Gajraj RaO and Sumeet Vyas also keep you interested in them with their limited screen time. Boman Irani, however, is the one who takes the cake in Made In China. His performance dwarfs everything and everyone else on screen.To sum up, Made In China carries the message of normalizing conversations around sex, exposing the taboo & hypocrisy surrounding it, which is commendable but it also gets cringeworthy. A wise-cracking mentor tells the protagonist – “the customer is a ch***ya (the unmentionable isn’t uttered, the audience is left to read the lips of the two actors) – and you wonder if the makers of this film believe in that axiom themselves. Wait for it to come on the streaming platform. Don’t watch it in theatres!

  • frau-heike-bolnbach-b-sc
    frau heike bolnbach b sc

    A very strong movie with good content and best actors all shine like a sun…

  • illesne-nagy-eva
    illesne nagy eva

    U will enjoy it, all r excellent actors , perfect for diwali