Cast of ‘Cash’ talk about demonetisation, their characters and comedy in tragedy – Mumbai News

The movie stars Amol Parashar, Smriti Kalra, Kavin Dave, Gulshan Grover and Swanand Kirkire in key roles and follows the story of an entrepreneur, who plans to make it large amidst the chaos of demonetisation.

Amol Parashar, Smriti Kalra and Kavin Dave spoke with IANS about the movie and its intent. This is the primary time Amol is taking part in the lead. The actor, who has impressed the viewers along with his performances in TVF’s ‘Tripling’ and Alankrita Shrivastava’s ‘Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare’, feels the strain however is hopeful that the viewers will respect the efforts of the group.

Amol says, “This time, it’s a little special for me, because this time responsibility is on our shoulders. We have given our 100 per cent to the film. I always told Rishabh and Aarsh (the writers) that this is one of the funniest scripts that I’ve read. Now, if we have done enough justice, if it is 80 per cent there, it is going to be quite a fun film to watch, keeping our fingers crossed.”

The movie just isn’t based mostly on an imagined previous however an precise occasion which equally affected everybody in the nation. Recollecting the expertise of these days, Smriti says, “I remember when this happened, I was by myself and I looked through my window and the road was filled with people, who were running pillar to post. They were going to all possible places to make purchases and flush out their old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, some were getting triple ration.”

She provides, “All the money that the elders had saved over the years in their homes, was finding its way out. Likewise, you will see a lot of funny instances in the film about the places where people had kept their money.”

The film, primarily a satire presents an indirect remark of how individuals escaped the checks. But, in actuality on the similar time there have been rather a lot of individuals who went by way of an ordeal to change their notes.

When requested what they really feel about the connection between ordeal and humour, Kavin says, “Every tragedy has a comedy in it. Yeah. The film simply presents the tragedy that happens with these characters during demonetisation.”

Smriti provides, “The film doesn’t poke fun at the ordeal that people went through during demonetisation, we are just presenting it in a humorous way. It’s about facts in a lighter vein of what all people did during that time to convert their money.”

Amol echoes his co-actors’ ideas as he says, “It has come out in the news also that over 90 per cent of money is back in circulation, which means people have managed to convert their money. So, this is a story about people who are trying to convert a large sum of money and all the various tools that they use for the purpose.”

“Our characters in the film are not bad people, it’s just that they’re trying to make money off other people’s tricky situations, like how young people can be opportunistic sometimes. It’s a funny take on how greed always gets you into trouble”, Amol stated.

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