Munjya Trailer OUT: Sharvari Wagh, Abhay Verma and Mona Singh’s creepy comedy looks promising; Don’t miss SRK’s KKKkiran twist

Maddock Films, celebrated for groundbreaking hits like Stree and Bhediya, is gearing up for the release of the highly anticipated latest horror-comedy sensation, Munjya. This groundbreaking film features Munjya, India’s inaugural CGI actor, marking a significant change in the Indian horror comedy landscape. The makers, to increase the buzz, released the trailer.

Munjya Trailer Out Now

The 2 minute 18 second trailer revolves around India’s best CGI actor Munjya. The trailer shows him in all his glory and his performance will leave you speechless. Scheduled to release in theaters on June 7, 2024, it is a story about Munjya, who deals with obsession with love, intertwined in a horror story based on folklore.

Check out the trailer here:

About Munjya

Starring Sharvari Wagh, Mona Singh, Abhay Verma and Sathyaraj, the Aditya Sarpotdar-directed film revolves around Munjya, a myth rooted in the world of Indian cultural and belief system. Get ready to be scared and laugh out loud with Munjya.


Producer Dinesh Vijan said, “At heart, this is Munjya’s love story and it is about his first love, Munni. However, he doesn’t understand her! If you’ve ever had an obsessive lover or been obsessed with someone, you’ll understand his point of view. If it’s not his, it’s surely Munni’s, he adds jokingly. Munjya is technologically the most advanced CGI actor in India and we are very proud of it. “It will definitely be a show for the kids, the next generation and the whole family.”

The above trailer and poster generated a lot of curiosity, leaving fans and critics guessing about the mysterious Munjya and his intriguing search for Munni. The poster meticulously reveals the main character, showing all the painstaking efforts to evoke terror in every detail. With the imminent release of the trailer, expectations for the film’s innovative storytelling and innovative technology are at an all-time high.

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