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Chennai Express 2013 Hindi Movie Download


 Chennai Express 2013 Hindi movie Download

Posted By Admin    14-05-19   

Release Date:  8 August 2013
Director: Rohit Shetty
Genres: Action,Comedy
Language: hindi
Movie Quality: 720p HDRip
Movie Size: 1GB
Film Star:  Deepika Padukone, Shah Rukh Khan, Sathyaraj

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Rahul Mithaiwala (Shah Rukh Khan) is a stranded lone ranger living in Mumbai. Raised by his grandparents from the age of eight, Rahul's granddad Bhishambhar (Lekh Tandon) claims a chain of candy parlor shops. Prior to Bhishambhar's 100th-birthday festivity, Rahul's companions Bobby (Rakesh Kukreti) and Baman (Manu Malik) welcome him to go with them on a get-away in Goa, which he acknowledges. In the mean time, Bhishambhar bites the dust on the eve of the festival, exactly when he witnesses Sachin Tendulkar on TV in a cricket coordinate get expelled on his 99th run. After Bhishambhar's demise, Rahul's grandma Neetu (Kamini Kaushal) discloses to Rahul that Bhishambhar needed his fiery remains to be separated into two sections—one of each to be inundated in the Ganga and Rameshwaram. She asks Rahul to take the fiery debris to Rameswaram and scatter them. Reluctantly, he acknowledges her solicitation but at the same time is anxious to go to the Goa trip. Rahul, Bobby and Baman plan to dump the fiery remains at Goa however Neetu needs to see him off, compelling Rahul to go via train. He books a solitary ticket on the Chennai Express, wanting to meet Bobby and Baman en route, at Kalyan Junction station. Be that as it may, Rahul neglects to take the powder, and he nearly misses the train when he comes back to gather them. As Rahul endeavors to leave the train, he sees a young lady (Deepika Padukone) hurrying to load up it. He encourages her and four other individuals load up the moving train, yet the train leaves the station before he can get off. Rahul attempts to play with the lady, who begins imparting by singing spoofs of Hindi film melodies, and clarifies that the four men are endeavoring to grab her. Rahul loans her his cell phone so she can get in touch with her companions, yet the men with her get it and toss it from the train. Rahul is irritated however says nothing on the grounds that the men are conveying weapons. Rahul enlightens the Traveling Ticket Examiner regarding them, yet they push the monitor into a stream beneath a scaffold. Froze, Rahul discovers that the four men are her cousins and that her genuine name is Meenalochni "Meenamma" Azhagusundaram. She is escaping from a constrained marriage to a hoodlum named Tangaballi (Nikitin Dheer). Meenamma's dad, Durgeshwara "Durgesh" Azhagusundaram (Sathyaraj), is an incredible headman of the neighborhood mafia in Tamil Nadu. Meenamma takes Rahul to Durgesh and presents Rahul as her darling. Tangaballi challenges Rahul to a duel that Rahul accidentally acknowledges, because of his absence of information in Tamil. The evening of the duel, Rahul escapes with the assistance of a nearby policeman, Shamsher, yet he winds up on a ship with Sri Lankan fear mongers and dealers. A weapon fight follows between the police power and the fear mongers. At the point when the cops explore and arrest Rahul, he recounts to his story and winds up back in Komban. Unnerved and by and by encompassed by Durgesh's sickle-employing thugs, Rahul professes to take Meenamma prisoner and getaways with her in Durgesh's vehicle, doing combating Durgesh's men. At the point when the vehicle stalls, Rahul and Meenamma fight and go separate ways. Rahul, not knowing which approach to go, comes back to Meenamma, who takes him to the Vidhamba town. Meenamma tells the townspeople that they are a hitched couple who needs assurance and rest, to which the residents concur. Meenamma then understands that she has gone gaga for Rahul. At the point when Rahul plans to sneak away, she contends, not having any desire to gain the residents' doubt. Tangaballi gets Rahul as he attempts to leave, yet the locals help them escape once more. Meenamma influences Rahul to scatter Bhishambhar's cinders and goes with him to Rameshwaram, where they complete the customs. On their way back, Rahul understands that he has become hopelessly enamored with Meenamma, and does not disclose to her where they are going. He takes Meenamma back to Durgesh and attempts to influence him to comprehend and respect Meenamma's desire. He additionally discloses to Meenamma that he adores her. Rahul tells Tangaballi and his goons that he is prepared for the battle this time. In the battle that pursues, Rahul is seriously harmed yet rises successful. Durgesh and Tangaballi change, tolerating that the adoration for a typical man like Rahul is greater than their physical capacity and political impact. Durgesh permits Rahul to wed Meena. Rahul then leaves a message that affection knows no territorial or language obstructions and that with a solid heart, there is no restriction to what the normal man can include.










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