Streaming Soon: ‘Munjya’ on Disney+ Hotstar – A Supernatural Delight

‘Munjya’ Horror Sets Home Screens Ablaze: Disney+ Hotstar to Stream Post Theatrical Run

The recently premiered horror-comedy ‘Munjya’ has quickly garnered a dedicated fanbase during its theatrical release. For those unable to catch it on the big screen, the eagerly anticipated details on its upcoming streaming availability are now out.

OTT Release Confirmation

Following its successful theatrical debut, ‘Munjya’ is set to thrill audiences once again on the digital platform Disney+ Hotstar. Starring Abhay Verma and Sharvari Wagh, the film is slated to be available for streaming in just two months from now.

From Maddock Films’ Supernatural Universe

Continuing the lineage of hits like ‘Stree’, ‘Roohi’, and ‘Bhediya’, ‘Munjya’ marks Maddock Films’ latest addition to its supernatural universe. Known for family-friendly horror narratives, the film promises to offer a unique blend of scares and laughs.

Original Storyline and Stellar Performances

Directed by Aditya Sarpotdar, ‘Munjya’ boasts an entirely original plotline that promises to captivate viewers. With notable performances from Sharvari, Abhay Verma, Mona Singh, and Sathyaraj, the film explores their characters in significant depth.

Plot Overview

Set in 1952, the story centers around Munjya, a young Brahmin boy who tragically turns to black magic out of love for Munni, an older woman who rejects his advances. His desperate actions lead to dire consequences, transforming him into a Brahmarakshas upon his untimely death.

Haunting Visuals and Modern-day Setting

The narrative seamlessly shifts from the past to present-day Pune, focusing on Bittu (portrayed by Abhay Verma), a timid young man navigating life with his mother (Mona Singh) and grandmother. ‘Munjya’ weaves together horror, comedy, and emotional depth, promising a gripping experience for viewers of all ages.

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