Siddharth (Malhar Thakar) is a delivery kid who gets trapped in a round of political power as he moves toward becoming witness to a murder. In the middle of the bigwigs of the general public, from government officials, corporate honchos and religious masters in the line of flame, Siddharth wages a war against debasement, covetousness, murder, kidnapping and sexual harassment to turn out as a champ. Also, his sweetheart Aditi (Vyoma Nandi) remains by him as he takes the system head on.
A murder mystery or a thriller is never the least demanding subject to deal with. Not exclusively does it require smooth altering, a solid storyline and edible twists and turns, endeavouring a subject like this itself is an overcome venture with respect to director Neeraj Joshi. A two hour 17 minute film, sans any tune sequences mean depending on a solid screenplay for the whole term, and the film Cash on Delivery figures out how to outperform that obstacle. That the whole group has done all the diligent work in making a film that will keep the audience hooked to their seats is unmistakable in the pursuit scenes and other carefully made outside shots.
For a film that intensely depends on a single character, Malhar Thakar has made an extraordinary showing with regards to as the actor is there in all of the casings. Not exclusively would we be able to see his development as an on-screen character, yet his comic planning and diligent work is obvious in scenes where he bounced rooftop tops and escapes from multi-story structures as he continues researching the murder mystery. What’s more, debutante Vyoma Nandi has loaned a decent supporting act.
But, the film isn’t without defects. While Neeraj has effectively figured out how to make suspense and thrilling minutes in parts, the story all in all could have been substantially stronger. The whole developed of the mystery appears to break down in the peak scene where the showdown occurs amongst Siddharth and the men behind the cloudy world.
On-screen characters like Anant Desai, Darshan Jariwala and Ratan Rajput could have been utilized better as they all convey the ability to lift a film all alone. By and large, taking care of a thriller is never simple as there are various loose ends that may emerge as a take off thumb. In any case, movie producer Neeraj Joshi has figured out how to assemble a thriller that still energizes at specific points and pull off a film with no songs is additionally an exemplary job.