Kunal Khemu reveals why he named his directorial debut Margaon Express

Kunal Kemmu Reveals Why He Named His Directorial Debut Madgaon Express

Kunal Khemu has shared this photo. (Etiquette: Kunal Kemmu)

New Delhi:

Kunal Khemu is receiving good response for his directorial debut. Margaon Express, this comedy film stars Divyendu, Prateek Gandhi and Avinash Tiwari in lead roles and is loved by audiences and critics alike. Now in an interview, the director has revealed why he kept the name of the film Margaon Expressthe actor-director said, “I wanted to call it that Margaon Express Because I liked the whole idea…I wanted to have the climax of the film on the train. I didn’t know how I was going to do it, but I wanted to keep the train as an important aspect of the film. It was just an original idea. And then finally, when I started writing it, what was most important was to find these 3 friends first, and pick up where they left off, what they were and what their friendship was, and how they came back. “

Addressing all the love that comes his way, Kunal Khemu A gratitude note was also shared a few days ago. Sharing several behind-the-scenes images of himself with the cast of his film, Kunal Khemu wrote, “From the first day of the shoot to the day I spoke the last pack-up on the sets. Margaon Express, every day is special in many ways. And I couldn’t have done it without my amazing team of actors and technicians. Many colors of friendship that the movie shows and many colors of my own personality I got to experience from this movie. 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 luck.”

About the movie, NDTV’s Saibal Chatterjee wrote, “The title of the movie could be Madcap Express. Actor Kunal Khemu’s directorial debut, Margaon Express, is a wild and wacky comedy of errors that rarely, if ever, pauses for breath. The film is fantastically funny as it moves effortlessly and endlessly between slapstick and sparkling silver-tongued wit. Emerging from a bloated film industry that has forgotten all but the art of genuine comedy, and coming into an age of overwhelming cynicism, the director’s own bro-mantic laugh riot is a free-flowing blend. Go to Goa And heart desires While steadily holding its own,” and gave it 3 out of 5 stars.

Margaon Express Even the stars Nora Fatehi, Chhaya Kadam, Upendra Limaye and Remo D’Souza play important roles.

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