Kunal Khemu’s film “exceeds all expectations”

Madgaon Express Box Office Collection Day 19:  Kunal Kemmu

Image was shared above taran_adarsh,

Kunal Khemu’s directorial debut, Margaon Express, has been experiencing ups and downs at the box office. On Day 19, the comedy-drama collected ₹68 lakh, as told by Bollywood trade analyst Taran Adarsh ​​on X (formerly known as Twitter). So far the film has earned a total of Rs 25.15 crores. Taran Adarsh ​​wrote in his note, “#Margaon Express Crossed the ₹ 25 crore mark… a healthy figure for a film that started slowly, but gained momentum over a period of time… has exceeded all expectations in terms of biz. (Week 3) Fri 71 Lakh, Sat 1.28 Crore, Sun 1.43 Crore, Mon 62 Lakh, Tue 78 Lakh. Total: ₹ 25.15 crore. #India Biz. #boxoffice

Margaon Express Divyendu, Prateek Gandhi and Avinash Tiwari are in the lead roles. The film also stars Nora Fatehi, Chhaya Kadam and Remo D’Souza in important roles.

In a recent interview with Mashable India, Nora Fatehi Divyendu talked about how she was nervous to work with Prateek Gandhi and Avinash Tiwari. Margaon Express. She shared, “I was nervous to meet them because I had studied their work, seen them work with them, and not want them to take me seriously and think, ‘Oh, she’s just here to look good’ or some ‘eye candy.’ That’s what I wanted. For a film. Sometimes actors don’t take people like me seriously when you meet them. I was afraid of what they would think of me. So, I read well, wanted to make sure my Hindi was okay because I wanted that. To respect me.”

in Review of NDTV of Margaon Express, film critic Saibal Chatterjee wrote, “The title of the film 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 brilliantly funny as it moves effortlessly and endlessly between slapstick and glittering silver-tongued wit.”

Saibal Chatterjee added, “Emerging from a bloated film industry that has forgotten all but the art of genuine comedy, and coming into an era of overwhelming cynicism, the bro-mantic laugh riot, penned by the director himself, is a free-flowing concoction. Go to Goa And Dil Chahta Hai while steadily owning beasts.”

Margaon Express It is produced by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar’s Excel Entertainment.

What do you think?
Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

What to read next