Made in China Full Movie | Rajkummar Rao | Mouni Roy | Boman Irani | Amyra Dastur | Pares
Director: Mikhil Musale
Rajkummar Rao as Raghuvir "Raghu" Mehta
Mouni Roy as Rukmini Mehta
Boman Irani as Dr. Tribhuvan Vardhi
Abhishek Banerjee as Investigator Sharma
Amyra Dastur as Rupali Bansal
Paresh Rawal as Tanmay Shah
Gajraj Rao as Abhay Chopra
Sumeet Vyas as Devraj
Manoj Joshi as Vhinde Bhai
Amit Bimrot as Ravi Panchal
Ragi Jani as Kannudo
Chittaranjan Tripathy as Investigator Gupta
Bijou Thaangjam as Chinese Official
Shraddha Musale as Anchor at Award Ceremony
Jigar Saraiya in a special appearance in the opening sequence as the musician
During a cultural event in Gujarat that he is attending, a Chinese delegate, General Zeng, consumes a product called Tiger Soup, and dies. The investigation into his death points to the Tiger Soup as a possible cause of death, and its manufacturer, Raghuvir "Raghu" Mehta, surrenders himself to the authorities.
Over a flashback, it is shown that Raghu has been a failed Gujarati entrepreneur who lives with his wife Rukmini and son Chintu. He struggles to come up with a profitable business idea, having cycled through several products which have failed to take off. His uncle forces him to go on a trip to China with his cousin Devraj, where he is to meet investors about a sports drink business. In China, Devraj presents his product to Tanmay, a successful Gujrati entrepreneur, who rejects it. Despondent, Devraj abandons Raghu to his own devices. He strikes up a bond with Tanmay, who explains that the customer's needs are akin to a lock, and Raghu must find the key to the lock in order to be a successful businessman. Raghu goes on a drunken binge with Devraj's contact Xiu Li, and in his stupor commits to meeting her boss Hao Li while posing as Devraj.
During the meeting, Hao introduces Raghu to Tiger Penis Soup, which is the Chinese equivalent of Viagra. Hao proposes that Raghu sell the product in India and suggests that it will be successful there because the Chinese and Indians are constantly thinking about sex. While researching the market in India, Raghu realizes that there is no genuine solution available for sexual problems faced by men. Raghu proposes a business partnership to Dr. Tribhuvan Vardhi, a sexologist whose book impresses Raghu, but Vardhi initially rejects the offer. Meanwhile, Raghu's inability to provide a steady income for his family causes tension between him and Rukmini. Raghu proceeds to recruit Vardhi with the promise of spreading sex awareness to the public, and eventually Vardhi agrees. Back in the present, General Zeng's autopsy is held up in diplomatic red tape, forcing the investigators into trying to get to the truth through Raghu.
Rewinding to the past, Raghu puts together a team of talented young professionals to handle manufacturing and distribution of the product. After some initial struggles, Raghu meets with Tanmay, who suggests using Vardhi as the face of the product. The team arranges a seminar, but Vardhi accidentally walks into a parent-teacher conference; his impassioned plea to make sexual discourse normal in society goes viral. As a result, the Tiger Soup business is wildly successful. However, Raghu hides the product from Rukmini and his extended family, who think he is running a business related to Chinese fans. Devraj soon finds out that Raghu is behind the Tiger Soup. Raghu meets with Abhay Chopra, a successful investor and motivational speaker, who is in league with Devraj. Chopra proposes a business partnership, but Raghu rejects the proposal. In retaliation, Devraj reveals to the family that Raghu is running the ostensibly disreputable Tiger Soup business.
Chintu is expelled from his school when a bottle of Tiger Soup is found in his bag. When Rukmini finds out that Raghu lied about his business, she confronts him about it. A distressed Raghu goes to Vardhi to end their partnership, but a timely call from Tanmay causes him to reconsider. Back to the present, Raghu and Vardhi appear before a preliminary commission consisting of several government agencies to explain their role in Zeng's death. Raghu reveals that there is no secret ingredient in the soup, it is just Rabdi, an Indian dessert, and implies that most sexual issues are more psychological than biological. Dr. Vardhi appeals to the commission not to consider sex as a taboo topic and encourages them to let the product continue instead of banning it. However, while bureaucratic pressures from the Chinese delegation force the commission to ban the Tiger Soup for some time, Raghu and Vardhi are acquitted, and convey to the media that they are happy the product was not banned completely.
At the end, Raghu is shown as a successful owner of a chain of sexual health-related clinics with Dr. Vardhi as the face of the business, and he is invited to a premier business school to give a lecture on being an entrepreneur. Rukmini is overwhelmed at the success of her husband, and the achievements he has made. Raghu ends with the catchphrase, "Customer is a fool."