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A priceless diamond is up for grabs. An amazing heist has taken place. The payment is made. The buyer is waiting. Then things go horribly wrong. Marked notes lead to a trail of cold blooded murder and ruthless double cross. As treachery rears its ugly head. The game turns vicious. First everybody was fighting for the diamond. Now they're fighting for something even more precious - their lives. The rules of the game are clear - the winner will take it all. The loser will lose it. Even his life. Nobody's to blame but everyone will play the price. Written by
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Let me start by saying that I like actor Ajay Devgan, and loved Omkara, and when I heard about Cash, I was only expecting good things... at least until the movie started that is.
The dialogue in this movie is awful, and the script is non existence, people come and go with absolutely no point, and the film makers got lazy during some of the action scenes or maybe they went over budget so they thought they can get away with it by putting cartoons whenever the action was "too hot to handle" so to say...oh how wrong they were.
The movie had no clue of what to do as it jumped from one scene to next without making or trying to make sense, this movie has no meaning, the situations are there to show different actors doing different things, and to fill up 3 hours.
Ajay Devgan had his moments in the movie, and while Esha Deol was adorable, Shamita shetty proved she can not act.
The cleavage in movies now a days seems to be increasing, as there was lot of that in there, not that I am complaining but if only more work was done on the script and production, it would not be such a waste, what I don't understand is how can someone read the script of a movie such as this and think of making a movie with it.
The way I see it the script was three pages, first page would have been cast and crew, third page credits and second page...missing.
In one word I can sum up cash as dreadful, it's the kind of movie that you watch and afterwords, you don't feel like your money is gone or even that it is over, but that 3 hours of your life have gone away and will never come back.
Don't watch this movie if you are looking for something meagerly entertaining.
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