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Madgaon Express Twitter review – Netizens call the film a ‘cinematic gem’ and cannot ‘get enough’ of it

Madgaon Express is Kunal Khemmu’s first film as a director. It has been released in theatres today and has received a favourable response from the audience and critics alike.

Madgaon Express Twitter review – Netizens call the film a ‘cinematic gem’ and cannot ‘get enough’ of it
Madgaon Express

Last Updated: 03.42 PM, Mar 22, 2024


Madgaon Express has been released in theatres today and netizens cannot get enough of it. Kunal Khemmu’s directorial debut has received warm responses from most viewers and critics. Starring the talented likes of Divyendu Sharma as Dodo, Avinash Tiwary as Ayush, and Pratik Gandhi as Pinku in the leading roles.

Netizen’s 'can’t get enough' of Madgaon Express, call it a 'cinematic gem'

Twitterattis complimented the film’s cinematic merit for being the perfect combination of drama, humour, and friendship. Most could not stop talking about it or “get enough” of the film’s sharp comedy and relatable premise. Some Twitter users also complimented the cast’s performance and lauded the film for its fun yet heartwarming vibes.

The film also stars Nora Fatehi, Remo D’Souza, Upendra Limaye, and Chhaya Kadam in prominent roles. Nearly all of Twitter agreed that the film was a super entertaining flick that had delivered what it promised and more, in terms of plot, performance, humour, and drama. Some netizens were captivated by the film’s plot and carnivalesque factor.

What is Madgaon Express about?

Madgaon Express is Kunal Khemmu’s first stint as a director and writer; he also has a cameo in the film. It follows the tale of three friends, Dodo, Ayush, and Pinku, who have been intent on taking a trip together without parental supervision. The request was always met with rejections, chappals, and flying spatulas.


When the answer finally changes, the three set out on their first adventure together, a trip to Goa. They have a rough start, ranging from crashing the car to travelling in dingy train compartments, but eventually make their way to the dreamy paradise. Their happy-go-lucky vacation is cut short when their cheap inn’s bed collapses into a pile of cocaine.

Pink falls face-first into it and gets high as a bull, with emotions and phases swinging between Kabir Singh and Chhota Pandit from Bhool Bhulaiyaa. Dodo and Ayush try to keep up with him in a wacky adventure filled with gangsters, shady thuggish women, cross-dressing mishaps, and police raids. So, what will be their trip’s fate? The answer lies a Madgaon Express away, in theatres.

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