Cast And Crew
Rahul (Shah Rukh Khan), 40 and single, supposedy boards the Chennai Express for Rameswaram to sprinkle his grand-father's ashes at the behest of his grand-mother (Kamini Kaushal). In reality, he has planned a getaway to Goa with his male buddies. On the train, however, he meets Meena (Deepika Padukone), a South Indian village lass, on the run from her Don father (Sathyaraj) as she is against the groom he has chosen for her. Destiny however brings them back to her village where Rahul realizes he has to outsmart her father and brawny cousins who are out to get him ...
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