Actor Kunal Kemmu excited about quirky comedy directorial debut ‘Madgaon Express’

Actor Kunal Kemmu excited about quirky comedy directorial debut ‘Madgaon Express’

The long-awaited trailer of ‘Madgaon Express’ was recently unveiled at a spectacular event attended by the cast and the makers of the film.

Produced by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar under the banner of Excel Entertainment and directed by Kunal Kemmu, the film features Divyendu Sharma, Pratik Gandhi, and Avinash Tiwary in brand new avatars. The trailer promises an unforgettable journey packed with friendship, laughter, and wild adventures and the film is all set to rule the hearts of the audiences with its dynamic cast, known for their iconic characters from India’s top web shows.


The anticipation around the film reached the highest of heights as the makers released hilarious videos to introduce the cast, setting the stage for a rollercoaster ride of fun and comedy. From the masterminds behind hits like ‘Fukrey’, ‘Rock On’, and ‘Don’ and marking Kunal Kemmu's directorial debut, ‘Madgaon Express’ follows the journey of three childhood friends who embark on a trip to Goa that goes completely off-track.

Joining the power packed cast are Nora Fatehi, Upendra Limaye, and Chhaya Kadam, injecting even more magic and humour into this multiverse of madness. So buckle up and get ready to hop aboard the ‘Madgaon Express’, where every moment is an adventure waiting to be discovered.

With its mix of humour, crazy adventures, and pure entertainment, this film promises a joyous ride for all!

Taglined "Bachpan ke sapne… lag gaye apne," – a play on childhood dreams – ‘Madgaon Express’ is hit cinemas on March 22.

In an interview, Kemmu opened up about his new stint as a director: "I never thought I would be directing this film. I had romanticised about it but did not plan anything.


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“I liked writing so when I wrote the script for the film, I thought I would just act in it. Those who read the script said that I had written the movie differently and I should myself make it, but that time I did not take it seriously. I am very happy that I took this decision to direct the film myself. I had a lot of fun."

(*With ANI Inputs)

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