Cargo starring Vikrant Massey and Shweta Tripathi has finally released on Netflix. Directed by Arati Kadav and co-produced by Anurag Kashyap, this sci-fi film revolves around the story of a ‘Rakshasa’ called Prahastha.
He prepares people who have recently passed away for reincarnation. Later on, he is accompanied by Yuvishka, his assistant.
— Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) September 9, 2020
Check the tweets:
Salman Khan Reference in #Cargo (2020)
A struggling actor from mumbai who have a dream to become Big star, died by catching fire during giving audition. Now his death soul wants to become a big star like SALMAN KHAN in his next life. pic.twitter.com/oQXARyWryP
— Salman ki Soniya 👸 (@SoniyaS30596864) September 9, 2020
A thread for Indian (Hindi and other regional languages) films.
— morningstar ⚕️ (@vishwaskverma) July 3, 2020
The movie uses humour to delve deeper into philosophical questions that are often asked but never or very rarely answered. It’s a clever twist to the reincarnation myth that exists in Hinduism#Cargo #netflix #SpaceShip @NetflixIndiahttps://t.co/ZFIjY8K84S
— Sharath Vinoddas (@obstructreality) September 9, 2020
Just finished watching #Cargo by @AratiKadav on @NetflixIndia . Brilliant debut. What a wonderful leap this film is for Indian cinema! Not only the premise but the way loneliness & self-confidence are explored, is nice.
Small complaint : there should've been more 'angry' cargos.
— Kunal Kushwah (@TheKunalKushwah) September 9, 2020
Finished watching #Cargo
The dialogues are so catchy!
Story is so fresh & exclusive! Something never made, seen and explored before.@masseysahib & @battatawada I don't think we've to talk about acting when these two are together! Show stealers as usual!❤@NetflixIndia #Cargo pic.twitter.com/YbdGMWg6fb
— Aayushi🎀 (@30Aayushi) September 9, 2020
Caught #Cargo last night by @AratiKadav, ft. @masseysahib @battatawada and #NanduMadhav with #AnjumRajabali @ChhotaThalaiva @ritwikbhowmikk @PrabalPanjabi@mehtahansal @konkonas @NetflixIndia Such intensity!@anuragkashyap72 #ShlokSharma @VikramMotwane @rahulpuri@ShezanChikna
— Savar Suri (@SavarSuri) September 9, 2020
#Cargo is now on Netflix. Do yourself a favour and watch it, it's one of the most unique and imaginative Indian films I've seen
— Suchin Mehrotra (@suchin545) September 9, 2020