Kunal Kemmu Reveals Why He Named His Directorial Debut Madgaon Express


Kunal Khemu reveals why he named his directorial debut Margao Express

Kunal Khemu shared this image. (Etiquette: Kunalkemu)

New Delhi:

Kunal Khemu is getting good reviews for his directorial debut Madgaon Express, The comedy film stars Divyendu, Pratik Gandhi and Avinash Tiwari in the lead roles and is being loved by the audience and critics alike. Now in an interview the director has revealed why he named the film this way. Madgaon Express, The actor-director said, “I wanted to call it Madgaon Express Because I liked the whole idea…I wanted to set the climax of the film on a train. I didn't know how I would do it, but I wanted to keep the train as an important aspect of the film. That was just the basic idea. And then finally, when I started writing it, the most important thing was to first find these 3 friends, and what they were, and what their friendship was and how they came back, picking up where they left off. Was. ,

Addressing all the love that has come his way, Kunal Kemmu had also shared a gratitude note a few days ago. Kunal Kemmu shared several behind-the-scenes pictures of himself with the cast of his film, writing, “From the first day of shooting to the last pack up day on the set.” Madgaon Express, Each day has been very special in many ways. And I couldn't have done it without my amazing team of actors and technicians. There are many shades of friendship that the film shows and many shades of my own personality that I got to see through this film. I wish you all a very happy Holi and thank you very much for the love you have shown our film. May this festival of colors bring you all happiness and good wishes.”

Regarding the film, Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV wrote, “The film could have been titled Madcap Express. Actor Kunal Khemu's first film as a director, Madgaon Express, is a wild and wacky comedy of errors that rarely, if ever, pauses for a respite. The film is extremely funny as it moves seamlessly and seamlessly between slapstick and silver-knuckled wit. Emerging from a bloated film industry that has almost forgotten the art of genuine comedy, and coming into an age of overwhelming skepticism, Bro-manic Laugh Riot, written by the director himself, is a free-flowing mix of go Goa Gone And heart desires While firmly remaining its own animal,” and gave it a solid 3 out of 5 stars.

Madgaon Express It also stars Nora Fatehi, Chhaya Kadam, Upendra Limaye and Remo D'Souza in important roles.

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