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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
Well, honestly I expected a better movie from Anubhav Sinha. He did an okay job with DUS. With CASH, he bowls a complete zero. The story wasn't thought out well. I wonder if there was a script at all! Nothing is in place in this movie. Ajay Devgan looks bored and his pairing with Shamita Shetty looks odd. Shamita impresses with her stunts but the script lets her down. Zayed Khan has style and can go miles in the future. Riteish looks somewhat bored too but does an okay job in the comedy department. Esha Deol was a huge disappointment! Suniel Shetty was utterly ridiculous as the villain. He is an actor who never got the opportunity to invest his talent in a good movie. And judging by his looks and age, we better hope for his retirement from acting as soon as possible! Dia Mirza did what she has to do and that was about it. She does nothing to rise above a mundane script. CASH would've been an exciting, never-before-seen action thriller of Bollywood. But the script lets it down completely. The climax was so disappointing that you feel like shooting the writers to death. Avoid!!!
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