Varun Dhawan congratulates team Munjya, asks fans not to miss the post-credits scene

The film is reportedly set in the Maddock Films' horror comedy universe, comprising films such as Stree, Roohi and Bhediya
Varun Dhawan
Varun Dhawan

Varun Dhawan took to Instagram on Sunday to write a congratulatory note to the makers of Munjya for their strong grip at the box-office. According to makers, the film has managed to earn Rs. 20.04 crores in the first three days of its release. The film is directed by Aditya Sarpotdar and stars Abhay Verma, Sharvari and Mona Singh in pivotal roles.

Varun also asked people not to miss the post-credits scene from the film which features him. Munjya is reportedly set in the Maddock Films' horror comedy universe, comprising films such as Stree (2018), Roohi (2021) and Varun’s Bhediya (2022).

He shared the post-credits scene featuring him and Abhishek Banerjee, who also starred in Bhediya. In the caption, he wrote, “Congratulation to team Munjya for the massive success. Bhediya milna chaiye ga aap se (Bhediya came to meet you). Don’t miss the post credit. @verma.abhay_ @sharvari @aditya_a_sarpotdar. @amarkaushik was so much fun to be back on your set again with this master story teller. @maddockfilms we just getting started. @nowitsabhi will see u soon brother.”

Set in Pune and the Konkan region of Maharashtra, Munjya follows the story of the eponymous mythical creature which has its roots in Marathi folklore. It is written by Yogesh Chandekar with additional screenplay and dialogue by Niren Bhatt. It was released in theatres on June 7.

CE's review of the film read, "A lot of Munjya is set in a village on the Konkan coast. It provides a fresh scenery and reminded me of the scenic setting of Tumbbad. Sadly, the similarities end here. Munjya’s interesting premise has a lofty execution, inundated with jump-scares that mostly fly by. There are too many repetitive, unimaginative scenes which involve characters either freaking out or screaming out of a room. The screenplay, at times, felt too random, too convenient."

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