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Chennai Express Listeni/tʃᵻˈnaɪ/ /ɪkˈsprɛs/ is a 2013 Indian romantic action comedy film directed by Rohit Shetty, and produced by Gauri Khan for Red Chillies Entertainment. The film features Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone in lead roles; it is the second collaboration between Khan and Padukone after Om Shanti Om (2007). The film is about a man's journey from Mumbai to Rameswaram, and what happens along the way after he falls in love with the daughter of a local don. Principal photography began on 27 September 2012, filming began in October 2012 and was completed by May 2013.

Chennai Express was released in the overseas markets on 8 August 2013, and a day later in India. Extensive paid previews were held in India on 8 August as well. Although the film received mixed reviews from critics, it broke several box office records in India and abroad, becoming the quickest film to collect ₹1 billion (US$15 million) net domestically at that time. The film currently ranks as the seventh highest grossing Indian film of all time.
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Rahul Mithaiwala (Shah Rukh Khan) is a forty-year-old bachelor living in Mumbai. His parents died in a car accident when he was eight years old, so his grandparents raised him. Rahul's grandfather (Lekh Tandon) owns a chain of confectionery shops. Before his grandfather's 100th birthday celebration, two of Rahul's friends invite him to accompany them on a vacation in Goa, which he accepts. Rahul's grandfather dies on the eve of the celebration, just when he witnesses Sachin Tendulkar on TV in a cricket match get dismissed on his 99th run. His grandmother tells Rahul that his grandfather wanted his ashes to be divided into two parts—one of each to be immersed in the Ganges and Rameswaram. She asks Rahul to take the ashes to Rameswaram and disperse them. Reluctantly, he accepts her request but is also eager to attend the Goa trip. Rahul and his friends plan to dump the ashes at Goa but his grandmother wants to see him off, forcing Rahul to travel by train. He books a single ticket on the Chennai Express, planning to meet his friends along the way. However, Rahul forgets to take the ashes, and he almost misses the train when he returns to collect them. As he tries to leave the train, he notices a young woman running to board it. He helps her and four other people board the moving train, but the train leaves the station before he can get off.

Rahul tries to flirt with the woman, who starts communicating by singing parodies of Hindi film songs, and explains that the four men are trying to kidnap her. Rahul lends her his mobile phone so that she can contact her friends, but the men with her grab it and throw it from the train. Rahul is annoyed, but says nothing because the men are carrying weapons. Rahul tells the ticket inspector about them, but they push the inspector into a river below a bridge. Panicked, Rahul learns that the men are her cousins, and that her name is Meenalochni "Meena" Azhagusundaram (Deepika Padukone). She is fleeing from a forced marriage to Tangaballi (Nikitin Dheer). Her father, Durgeshwara Azhagusundaram (Sathyaraj) is a powerful headman of the local mafia in Tamil Nadu.

Rahul (Shahrukh Khan) helps Meenamma (Deepika Padukone) board the train, a spoof of the famous train scene in Khan's 1995 film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge[9]
Meena takes Rahul to her father and introduces him as her lover. Tangaballi challenges Rahul to a duel that Rahul unknowingly accepts, due to his lack of knowledge in Tamil. On the night of the duel, Rahul escapes with the help of a local policeman, Shamsher (Mukesh Tiwari), but he ends up on a ship with Sri Lankan terrorists and smugglers. A gun battle ensues between the police force and the terrorists. When the police officers investigate and take Rahul into custody, he tells his story and ends up back in Komban. Terrified and once again surrounded by Azhagusundaram's sickle-wielding henchmen, Rahul pretends to take Meena hostage and escapes with her in her father's car, battling Azhagasundaram's men. When the car has a breakdown, Rahul and Meena quarrel and part ways. Rahul, not knowing which way to go, returns to Meena, who takes him to the Vidhamba village. Meena tells the villagers that they are a married couple who needs protection and rest, to which the villagers agree.

Meena then realises that she has fallen in love with Rahul. When Rahul plans to sneak away, she argues, not wanting to earn the villagers' distrust. Tangaballi catches Rahul as he tries to leave, but the villagers help them escape again. Meena persuades Rahul to disperse his grandfather's ashes and travels with him to Rameswaram, where they complete the rites. On their way back, Rahul realises that he has fallen in love with Meena, and does not tell her where they are going. He takes Meena back to her father and tries to make him understand and honour his daughter's wish. He also tells Meena that he loves her. Rahul tells Tangaballi and his goons that he is ready for the fight this time. In the fight that follows, Rahul is severely injured but emerges victorious. Meena's father and Tangaballi reform, accepting that the love of a common man like Rahul is bigger than their physical ability and political influence. Azhagusundaram allows Rahul to marry Meena. Rahul then leaves a message that love knows no regional or language barriers and that with a strong heart, there is no limit to what the common man can achieve.

Deepika Padukone as Meenalochni "Meena" Azhagusundaram[1]
Shah Rukh Khan as Rahul Mithaiwala
Nikitin Dheer as Tangaballi[10]
Sathyaraj as Durgeshwara Azhagusundaram[11]
Priyamani (special appearance in "1 2 3 4 Get on the Dance Floor")[12]
Mukesh Tiwari as Inspector Shamsher[13]
Kamini Kaushal as Rahul's grandmother
Lekh Tandon as Rahul's grandfather
Rakesh Kukreti as Rahul's friend

Mayank and Rohit Shetty had originally planned to team up for a remake of the 1982 film, Angoor. After the 2011 blockbuster Singham, Shetty had begun writing the script of the film but left it half-finished. The script of Chennai Express was ready for Shah Rukh Khan as a back-up, because of the difficulty of obtaining the actor's filming dates.[15] Upon reading the script, Khan liked the idea and agreed to star in it before the Angoor remake, causing Angoor's remake to be postponed. Shetty said the film is "a hard-core commercial film with a romantic angle. The story is about this man's travel from Mumbai to Rameshwaram and what happens during the journey."[16] About 68 minutes of footage were enhanced with CGI by Reliance MediaWorks.[17]

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Shah Rukh Khan was the first actor to be approached with the script and was the first lead actor to be signed for the film. Rohit Shetty stated that despite the title, Khan would not play a South Indian in the film. The casting of the lead heroine was the subject of much press speculation; Kareena Kapoor, Asin and Deepika Padukone were rumoured to be involved.[18] Shetty denied those rumours, stating that the cast would be finalised in April 2012, and that he was going to cast an established actress in the role.[19] In October 2012, it was confirmed that Deepika Padukone had been signed to play the female lead opposite Khan, and photographs showing Padukone and Khan shooting were released. This was Padukone's second film opposite Khan, with whom she made her Bollywood debut in the 2007 blockbuster Om Shanti Om.[20][21] Starting with this film, which was released on Women's Day, Khan wished to have the name of his female co-star appear above his own in the credits.[1]

Sathyaraj was cast to play the role of Padukone's father—the film's main antagonist—making his debut in Bollywood.[22] Actress Priyamani was signed in January 2013 for an item number in the film.[23] Other personalities from Tamil cinema, including Delhi Ganesh and Mohan V. Raman, appear in minor roles.[24]

The Munnar Hill station in Kerala, one of the film's major locations
Filming on the project began at Mehboob Studio in Mumbai on 5 October 2012.[25] additional filming was done at Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station with a minimal crew.[26] Stills of the lead actor were unofficially released in mid-October 2012.[27] In November 2012, the cast and crew went to Goa to begin filming the scenes set there.[28] The railway station at Vasco da Gama was used to portray Kalyan. A romantic scene on board a train passing next to Dudhsagar Falls was also shot.[29] In December 2012, the crew went to Jakarta to film certain scenes.[30]

In January 2013, a shoot was supposedly scheduled to take place in Ooty, but since Khan felt that Ooty was too far from Mumbai, several locations from Ooty were reconstructed on the outskirts of Panchgani in Wai by the art director Narendra Ruharikar.[31] It took over 40 days and ₹ 15 million to build the required sets.[31][32] Filming in Wai took the entire month of March 2013.[33] A 10-day shooting schedule in Munnar, Kerala, began in mid-April 2013; scenes were filmed at Devikulam Lake, Meesapulimala, Wagavara and Kannimala.[34] Filming was stopped for several days because of heavy rainfall, resulting in the schedule being slightly extended until end of the same month.[35] A press conference was held in Munnar.[36] In May 2013, scenes were filmed in North Goa.[37][38] Padukone finished shooting on 25 May 2013.[39] Khan flew to Hyderabad in May 2013 to film his remaining scenes.[40] The film has several Tamil dialogues, but to retain context no subtitles were used.[41]

Chennai Express
Soundtrack album by Vishal-Shekhar
Released 1 July 2013
Recorded 2012–2013
Genre Feature film soundtrack
Length 39:34
Language Hindi
Label T-Series
Vishal-Shekhar chronology
(2013) Chennai Express
(2013) Gori Tere Pyaar Mein

The score of Chennai Express was composed by Amar Mohile;[42] the songs were composed by the duo Vishal-Shekhar,[43] and the lyrics were written by Amitabh Bhattacharya and Yo Yo Honey Singh.[44] Recording of the songs began in late October 2012. The track "Ready Steady Po" was recorded in November 2012 by the music's composers. Several sources said that the director and actor were unsatisfied with the score. The director was reportedly asked to plan for a different musical composition.[45] However, the composers denied these rumours.[46] In mid-April 2013, singer S. P. Balasubrahmanyam recorded the title track for the film, marking his return to Bollywood for playback after an absence of fifteen years. He said the song celebrated the spirit of togetherness. Initially, Balasubrahmanyam was apprehensive, but chose to sing due to the content and leads of the film.[47] The song "1 2 3 4 get on the dance floor" was released as a promotional single on World Music Day. On 27 June 2013, the video promo of the song "Titli" was released,[48] and on 11 July 2013, the promo video of "Kashmir Main Tu Kanyakumari" was released.[49] On 19 July 2013, T-Series uploaded a song to its official channel on YouTube; sung by Honey Singh. The song was titled "Lungi Dance – The 'Thalaivar(r)' Tribute" in honour of the south Indian film actor Rajinikanth.[50] On 25 July 2013, a promotional video of the song "Tera Rasta Main Chhodoon Na" was released.[51] The music album was launched on 1 July 2013.[52]

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Kick is a 2014 Indian action film produced and directed by Sajid Nadiadwala under his Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment banner. It is an official remake of the 2009 Telugu movie Kick. The film features Salman Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez and Randeep Hooda in the lead roles and Nawazuddin Siddiqui , portraying the main antagonist of the film. The screenplay was adapted by Nadiadwala and Chetan Bhagat. The film released on 25 July 2014 in about 5,000 screens worldwide.[4]

Dr. Shaina Mehra is a psychiatrist living in Warsaw, Poland. Her father, Brijesh Mehra brings a marriage proposal and asks her to meet Himanshu Tyagi. Himanshu and Shaina meet in a train, where Shaina reveals that she had an ex-boyfriend, Devi Lal Singh, and talks about her experiences with him.

Devi is an intelligent but adventurous man who is always looking for a "kick" in his life. When Shaina meets Devi, she is trying to help her friend Vidhi elope with her lover who is Devi's friend. Devi gets them married in a temple, but also helps her mother follow them and reach the temple for "kick." Shaina meets Devi's father, Ratan Lal Singh, and his mother Rati Lal Singh. Devi and Shaina date and fall in love. On Shaina's suggestion, Devi accepts a job in a chemical lab, but resigns in a few days suffering from the lack of "kick." Shaina scolds him and Devi breaks up with her and moves away.
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Himanshu, who is a police officer, shares his experiences with a thief he hates, because he can't stop him. The robber, called "Devil," targets the rich people associated with Shiv Gajra, a corrupt businessman, and robs them. The robber is none other than Devi. When Himanshu is unsuccessful in catching Devil, Devi contacts Himanshu and refers to him as a partner and insults him by calling him a loser which is actually a clue that Devi gives Himanshu.

Shaina spots Devi in Poland who has come there for treatment after losing his memory in an accident. Shaina offers to handle Devi's case and take him home. Devi is acting about his memory loss, his real plan is to befriend and fool Himanshu and rob Shiv, who will be coming to Poland. Devi enters a charity function and robs Shiv, but Himanshu and Shaina discover Devi's true identity and Devi escapes. Himanshu spots Devi and warns him he will be killed, but Devi says that he will rob a huge party fund on 14 November. Devi dares Himanshu to kill him on the 14th, otherwise Devi will be standing in front of him on 15 November, and he won't be able to do anything.

In a flashback, Devi's true intentions and good deeds are revealed by Devi's father. He tells Shaina that his son is committing robberies to help poor children who are suffering from diseases. Devi saved a girl named Jhumki after reading a letter in the hands of her dead parents. When a doctor tells him that several children are suffering from diseases, he saves them by robbing to get money for their treatments, knowing that it will give a lot of "kick." On 14 November, after fighting Shiv's henchmen, Devi kills Shiv. Himanshu is set up with officers to shoot Devi, but kids block his shot. 14 November is Children's Day, and the sick children are going to pray for Devi and Himanshu realizes the robberies were for the kids.

On 15 November, Devi joins the police force to catch Devil. He arrives at the police station and stands in front of Himanshu, who is unable to do anything about the situation, therefore completing his challenge. Himanshu is taken off the case and it is given to Devi, who is now a police officer. Devi then thanks Himanshu, saying that he was never against him, but he is against the corrupt system.

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Salman Khan as Devi Lal Singh (Devil)
Gopal Krushna Raul as Devil's Brother
Jacqueline Fernandez as Shaina Mehra
Randeep Hooda as Himanshu Tyagi
Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Shiv Gajra
Mithun Chakraborty as Ratan Lal Singh
Archana Puran Singh as Rati Lal Singh
Karan Aanand as Anil Sharma
Vipin Sharma as Home Minister
Saurabh Shukla as Brijesh Mehra
Kamlesh Gill as Shaina's grandmother
Sanjay Mishra as Inspector Ramavtaar Rathi
Rajit Kapur as Dr. Jayant Verma
Rocky Verma as Khalid Asgar
Sumona Chakravarti as Vidhi
Kavin Dave as Jiggy, Vidhi's husband
Diya Chalwad as Jhumki
Special appearances[edit]
Nargis Fakhri as special appearance in the song "Yaar Na Miley"
Shivansh Kotia as Jhumki's friend


Producer Sajid Nadiadwala initially signed A. R. Murugadoss as the director,[5] but he was replaced by Shirish Kunder after Murugadoss was unable to direct the film.[6] Apart from Ileana D'Cruz,[7] who starred in the original 2009 film of the same name,[8] Deepika Padukone,[9] Anushka Sharma,[10][11] Sonakshi Sinha,[12] Priyanka Chopra,[13][14] and Angela Jonsson[15] were considered for the female lead. After much discussions, Jacqueline Fernandez was signed on to act in the film.[16] US-based Abhijat Joshi, who had written the scripts for Munna Bhai M.B.B.S. and Lage Raho Munnabhai was approached to write the script in 2009. Nadiawala wanted the script to be prepared during the release of 3 Idiots, when Joshi had come back to India.[17] Chetan Bhagat eventually wrote the script for the film which is based on Vakkantham Vamsi's script.[18]

The film was also remade in Tamil as Thillalangadi.

Principal photography
Palace of Culture and Science, the climax of movie was shot.
Nadiadwala and his team visited South Korea in September 2011 at the invitation from the Korea Tourism Organization, and he signed an agreement to shoot portions of this project and others in that country.[6] The shooting of the film began on 27 July 2013 in Scotland,[19] where Khan shot a car crash scene and helicopter crash scene in Glasgow.[20] Shooting was also done in Delhi.[21] Some scenes were shot at Mehboob Studios in February 2014[22] and at the Film City studio in Mumbai.[22] In October 2013, while the shooting was in progress outside the city of Mumbai, the Film Studio Settings & Allied Mazdoor Union asked Sajid to pay them wages for one and a half shifts, which he refused. The workers stopped shooting for a week and only resumed when Sajid agreed to the worker's demands.[23] The shooting of the movie Roy had to be postponed due to Fernandez's commitments to this movie.[24] Fernandez started learning the Urdu language specifically for the film with a coach who was hired by Khan.[25] While shooting was underway in Mumbai in March 2014, Khan's body double, Ajay, was injured while shooting a stunt scene. He was supposed to jump from the first floor of a house onto a railway track, but went through the sugar glass, injuring his face.[26] He required hospitalization.[26]

The film's climax was shot in Poland at Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw.[27][28] Khan wanted to shoot part of the film in United Kingdom, but he was refused a visa by the authorities.[29]

Soundtrack album by
Himesh Reshammiya
Meet Bros. Anjjan
Yo Yo Honey Singh
Released 7 July 2014
Genre Feature Film Soundtrack
Length 01:08:48
Label T-Series
Himesh Reshammiya chronology
(2014) Kick
(2014) Action Jackson
Meet Bros. Anjjan chronology
Hate Story 2
(2014) Kick
(2014) Singham Returns
Yo Yo Honey Singh chronology
(2014) Kick
(2014) Singham Returns

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The songs featured in the film were composed by Himesh Reshammiya, Meet Bros. Anjjan and Yo Yo Honey Singh. The film's score was composed by Julius Packiam