‘Munjya’ Trailer Released, Amidst Terror, the Evil Devil Returns to Take His Old Love, People Said- This Is the Next Level

By Riya Sharma 2 Min Read

The makers of ‘Stree’ recently released the teaser of ‘Munjya’, which got a very good response, and now its trailer has been released, which you will really like. Like ‘Stree’, a mix of comedy and horror is going to be seen in ‘Munjya’. But the twist is that this time no actor has been made a ghost to scare people, but an actor has been created with CGI. People are also praising the trailer of Munjya and they say that such films and stories should be supported. The acting of Sharvari Wagh and Mona Singh is also being praised in the trailer. ‘Munjya’ also has Kattappa i.e. Satyaraj, who is an exorcist. Fans are also surprised to see him.

People said this after watching the trailer of ‘Munjya’

After watching the trailer of the film, people’s curiosity has increased and they are sharing their reactions on social media. Some called the trailer of ‘Munjya’ next level, while some praised the story and dialogues. People are now waiting for ‘Munjya’ to come on the big screen. Read people’s comments here:

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What’s in the trailer of ‘Munjya’?

The trailer of Munjya starts with a cursed place named Chetukawadi. The place is cursed because of Munjya and the tree under which his ashes were buried is also cursed. Munjya wanted to marry Munni, a village girl whom he loved. But she died before that. Now Munjya returns to complete his incomplete love story. But will Munjya be able to fulfill his unfulfilled wish? It will be interesting to see. The trailer of ‘Munjya’ has a great tadka of comedy along with horror and fear.

Watch the trailer of ‘Munjya’:

‘Munjya’ will be released on June 7

‘Munjya’ will be released in theatres on June 7. The film stars Mona Singh, Abhay Verma, Sathyaraj and Sharvari Wagh. The film is directed by Aditya Sarpotdar.

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Riya Sharma is an Assistant Editor and film critic at Bolly Masala. With over years of experience in the field of journalism, she not only keeps a keen eye on the world of cinema and box office numbers but also writes about travel, food, books, women's issues, and social matters. She is a former student of the Indian Institute of Mass Communication. Riya enjoys traveling, watching movies, reading, and writing.
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