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Munjya Review Sharvari Wagh And Abhay Verma Film Is A Perfect Blend of Supernatural Thrills and Comedic Charm In Theatres June 7

Munjya Review: The combination of supernatural elements, horror and comedy can create a thrilling yet entertaining experience for the audience. It’s a delicate balance to strike, but when done well, it can result in a truly memorable and enjoyable film. Hats off to the ‘Munjya’ team for capturing the audience with a blend of supernatural, horror and comedy.


The story begins in 1952 when a Brahmin youth was deeply wounded by Munni. Despite family disapproval fueled by his mother’s anger, he embarks on a dangerous jungle ritual driven by his love for Munni. Unfortunately, the ritual goes awry, leading to his death and burial under the tree where it took place. Fast forward to present-day Pune, where Bittu (Abhay Varma), a shy cosmetology student, lives with his mother Pammi (Mona Singh) and grandmother. Bittu has feelings for Bella (Sharwari Wagh) but struggles to express them. During a family wedding, long-standing secrets about Chetuk-bari and Munjya’s origins.

Bitu’s uncle uncovers a shocking truth: his grandmother inadvertently transformed his brother into an evil spirit, Munjya. Now, Bittu must face Munjya to save his family even if he sacrifices his grandmother. With Munjya targeting Bella, Bittu enlists the help of Bella’s grandmother Munni to pacify Munjya. With the help of an exorcist, Bittu prepares for a dramatic contest to rescue Bella from Munjya’s clutches.

Munjya Review Performances:

The entire cast delivers excellent performances in ‘Munjya’, showcasing their talent and dedication to their roles. Abhay Varma, in particular, shines with his remarkable portrayal, leaving a lasting impression on his performance. Sharwari Wag also makes a strong impression, enthralling the audience with her talent and charm. Mona Singh’s brilliance on screen adds another layer of depth to the film, cementing her status as a standout performer.

The CGI character Munjya is a marvel. Its conception and execution is truly exceptional, infusing the narrative with wonder and enchantment.


Aditya Sarpotdar’s direction is remarkable. Screenwriter Niren Bhatt gives a vibrant twist to a story conceived by Yogesh Chandekar, offering something remarkably fresh and new beyond the traditional confines of horror-comedy.

Music and Background Score:

The background score intertwines elements of suspense and humor, creating a unique atmosphere that keeps the audience on the edge of their seats and makes them laugh.


If you love scary and funny movies, ‘Munjya’ is a must watch! It has everything—scares and laughs—so you’re sure to have a good time watching it. Made by Dinesh Vijan and Amar Kaushik, this Maddock Films production is a must-see, a rare combination of horror, comedy and heartwarming moments. It’s a great family entertainer that will keep you on the edge of your seat, giving you laughs and chills in equal measure.

Munjya Review

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