Cast: Vikrant Massey, Shweta Tripathi, Nandu Madhav,
Director: Arati Kadav
Cargo is the story of an astronaut Prahastha (Vikrant Massey) who works for Post-Death Transition Services, in outer space. This is a science fiction film in which mythology plays an important role, and because of this, Massey is portrayed as a demon who deals with the dead.
this film reveals a visual that I have never seen before in Indian cinema. Space and spaceship shots were truly incredible. Vikrant Massey’s performance was extraordinary.
Cargo is a Soulful drama film with SciFi elements. This concept is very unique based on Life after death. Cleverly written based on the Incarnation in Hindu mythology. Besides SciFi dramas..it offers humor with Emotional moments and Some awakening topics. Film Cargo is currently a user rating on IMDB 6.9
Cargo which started streaming on Netflixindia starting today. What are the reactions of the fans in this series?
— HRISHIKESH CHARKEL (@imcharkel) September 8, 2020
New concept, really out box idea, all the appreciation, try this movie really some new stuff
— Berojgar Dentist (@adikumarrox) September 8, 2020
#Cargo tries to question some important events of our life in its own way.
A good film.
I will not say a must-watch because there is symbolism involved which everybody will interpret differently.
At least you can give this one a try.
It will not disappoint you.
Out on #Netflix
— Utkarsh Bhardwaj (@_ubhardwaj_) 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
Concept looks brilliant and creative
Cast looks great.
I'm doubtful about the CGI and VFX but at least we are trying new stuff.
So that's promising.
I'm really excited about this movie ! #Cargo #Netflix
— Bhoomish Banewal (@Bhoomishbanewal) September 7, 2020
I have waited for an original indie Indian Sci-Fi film all my life and #Cargo on @netflix is the answer to that! The world-building was fantastic and I loved the themes it explored!! Congrats @AratiKadav @masseysahib @battatawada @anuragkashyap72 @VikramMotwane !!
— Varun Saxena (@varunsaxena416) September 9, 2020