At first, Made in China begins on a secure footing as it sets itself up as an investigative crime story. A Chinese General was found dead after he helped himself with a cup of Chinese 'Magic Soup.' The investigators believe that the ingredient found in the soup, which is derived from tigers, is the reason behind the death of the General. The owner of the soup firm, Raghuvir and the people who served with him are summoned to get to the bottom of this mystery. And from here on, the movie is going into a long flashback mode. So long that you may not be blamed if you forget in the middle of the road that this was all about uncovering the tale behind death.
After a string of unsuccessful undertakings, Raghuvir aka Raghu (Rajkummar Rao) eventually hit the jackpot as an underground supplier of a powerful Chinese aphrodisiac. While his path to this prosperous point in his life is an amalgamation of fascinating anecdotes and individuals.
Rajkummar Rao is caring, genuine and heartfelt as a turbulent, confident Raghu, who at the same time is passionate enough to obey his call, no matter how many times he struggles.