Chennai Express Full Movie
Genre: Comedy, Thriller
Release Date: 29 November 2013
Director: Rohit Shetty
Cast: Deepika Padukone as Meenalochni Azhagusundaram Shahrukh Khan as Rahul Mithaiwala
Published: 1 year ago
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The film opens with a narration by Rahul Mithaiwala (Shahrukh Khan), a forty-year-old bachelor who lives in Mumbai. Rahul’s parents died in a car accident when he was eight years old, so his grandparents raised him. His grandfather owns a chain of confectionery shops. Before his grandfather’s 100th birthday celebrations, 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 celebrations. 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 River and Rameswaram. She asks Rahul to go to Rameswaram and immerse them. He reluctantly 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 and plans to meet his friends along the way. Rahul forgets to take the ashes; he returns to collect them but almost misses the train. While trying to leave the train, he notices a young woman running to board it. He helps her and four other people to board the moving train but the train leaves the station before he can alight.
Rahul tries to flirt with the woman, who starts communicating by singing parodies of Hindi film songs. Rahul lends her his mobile phone so that she can contact her friends, but the men with her throw it from the train. Rahul is annoyed but says nothing because the men are carrying weapons. Rahul tells the ticket inspector about them, whom the men push into a river below the bridge. Panicked, Rahul learns that the men are kidnapping the woman and that her name is Meenalochni Azhagusundaram (Deepika Padukone) —also called Meena. She is trying to flee from a forced marriage to Tangaballi (Nikitin Dheer). Her father Durgeshwara Azhagusundaram (Sathyaraj) is a powerful headman of the local mafia in Tamil Nadu.
Meena takes Rahul to her father and introduces him as her lover. Tangaballi challenges Rahul to a duel. On the night of the duel, Rahul escapes with the help of a local policeman (Mukesh Tiwari) but he ends up on a ship with Sri Lankan terrorists and smugglers. When police inspector (Vivek Anand) arrive, Rahul tells his story and ends up in Komban Kaum again. Surrounded by Azhagusundaram’s sickle-wielding henchmen, Rahul pretends to take Meena hostage and escapes with her in her father’s car. When the car breaks down, Rahul and Meena quarrel and part company. Rahul, not knowing which way to go, returns to Meena who takes him to the Vidhamba village where a wedding is taking place. Meena tells the villagers that they are a married couple who have eloped and need protection and rest.
The villagers grow fond of the couple and take care of them. Meena 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 trying to leave but the villagers help them escape again. Meena persuades Rahul to immerse 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. Rahul is severely injured but emerges the winner. Meena’s father and Tangaballi reform and accept that the heart of a common man like Rahul is bigger than their physical ability and political influence. Azhagusundaram allows Rahul to marry Meena. When all have ended well, Rahul leaves a message that love knows no regional or language barriers and that with a strong heart, there is no limit to what a common man can achieve.