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Munjya Movie Review: A Supernatural Rollercoaster with Perfect Comedy Blend

Movie Name: Munjya

Critics Rating:3.5/5

Release Date: June 6

Director: Aditya Sarpotdar

Genre: Horror-Comedy

Munjya by Aditya Sarpotdar is a nice surprise in the horror-comedy genre, skillfully fusing humorous turns with supernatural aspects to produce an engrossing cinematic experience. The film, which is set in 1950s India and contemporary Pune, deftly tells a story of forbidden love, family secrets, and vengeful ghosts that will captivate viewers from beginning to end.


In the movie, an introverted cosmetology student named Bittu (Abhay Verma) has an unexpected turn in her life during a family wedding in their ancestral hamlet. Bittu is drawn into a terrifying encounter with Munjya, the evil spirit, as tensions grow and long-kept truths surface.

Guidance and balance

The film’s clever narrative, which skillfully combines humor and terror, is one of Yogesh Chandekar and Niren Bhatt’s greatest qualities. The story moves fluidly between the past and the present, revealing more and more about the terrible circumstances that gave rise to Munjya’s metamorphosis and the enigma surrounding his existence. By skillfully combining several genres, the movie maintains its interest throughout while providing just the right amount of chuckles and scares.

Munjya is incredibly well done; the smooth transitions between the past and present improve the narration, and every frame is expertly constructed to envelop the viewer in the unsettling mood of the tale. The film’s striking visuals and poignant Sachin-Jigar soundtrack are sure to delight viewers. Sometimes, though, it seems like the movie stays more focused on comedy than on terror. However, the filmmaker’s attention to detail shines through in every shot, resulting in an eerily atmospheric background that entices spectators to enter the movie’s depicted universe.


Abhay Verma shines as the sympathetic yet resolute Bittu, and the entire ensemble gives excellent performances. While Sharvari captivates as Bella, the love interest enmeshed in paranormal pandemonium, Mona Singh makes a striking impression as Bittu’s mother, Pammi, lending depth and tenderness to her character. The experienced exorcist, played by Sathyaraj, gives the story depth and intensifies the suspense during the film’s final scenes.


With its captivating story, excellent performances, and beautiful images, Munjya provides an exhilarating trip full of twists, turns, and lots of heart and hearty laughter. In the end, the creators also provide a small surprise gift. All things considered, Maddock Films—the company behind the excellent releases of Stree and Bhedia—has succeeded in mastering the genre. Like the other movies from the same production company, this one has a nice blend of humor and horror, and it’s definitely worth 3.5 stars.

Taushif Patel
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Taushif Patel is a Author and Entrepreneur with 20 years of media industry experience. He is the co-founder of Target Media and publisher of INSPIRING LEADERS Magazine, Director of Times Applaud Pvt. Ltd.

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