Gift an infant his/her favourite toy and see how the toddler plays it with glee. In Toss, the camera seems to be the toy for debutante director Ramesh Khatkar. He plays with the camera so much, experimenting with zany frames, that you get put off after a point. Toss has an interesting thought that the urban junta would like to watch, but the screenplay blows the story to smithereens. This thriller thrills in bits and spurts and the final outcome is least exciting.
The culprit here, like most films helmed by debutantes, is that form overpowers content to such an extent that what you get to watch is a good looking film with minimal substance to offer. In a nutshell, the subject goes for a toss in Toss.
Toss tells the story of a bunch of friends who, on their way back from a vacation, stumble upon a fortune. They decide to split the money and start dreaming a king's life. Soon, before they realize the owners of the booty are after them, the law is after them and worse, they are after each other.