Madgaon Express Review

Mad Mix Of Mirth & Mayhem

Intentionally crazy caper with kickass humour

What's Good?

The second half needed to be trimmed a whit

What's Bad?

Not really

Loo Break:

Of course! Who does not want to let his hair down after spending on an admission ticket?

Watch or Not?

The first half succinctly shows how three ‘normal’ teenagers of diverse backgrounds all pitch for the same destination for a holiday.

The script gets you hooked on the crazy goings-on and takes its own sweet but enjoyable time unravelling the knots it gets into.

Divyenndu Sharma as Dodo is in many ways the pivot of the plot and excels as the have-not techno-geek friend dominated by his father who craves for his friends.

Pratik Gandhi breaks into his mother-tongue Gujarati (reel and real) frequently and is fantastic in the sequence in which he consumes drugs by accident.

Avinash Tiwary as the sober, intense and comparatively shrewd brain of the three is very good in an understated role.

Nora Fatehi as Tasha does basically what she is best at—look dishy and dance well.

As for Kunal Kemmu’s cameo, it ranks among the funniest in movie history.

I, for one, thoroughly enjoyed this voyage into a vacation that was an anti-climax for the heroes but goofily entertaining for viewers. Three and a half Stars!

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Madgaon Express Review with all the nitty-gritty details! Review by: Rajiv Vijayakar R