The Maddock Films production is yet again all set to deliver another slice of life film. After giving hit films like Stree, Roohi, Angrezi Medium, Luka Chuppi and more, now, Dinesh Vijan has brought Mimi - a film on surrogacy. The posters of the film have intrigued many but the trailer of the film will certainly take everyone on a hilarious ride. The film stars Kriti Sanon, Pankaj Tripathi and Sai Tamhankar in key roles. The film reunites Kriti with her Luka Chuppi director Laxman Utekar and co-star Pankaj Tripathi.
In the trailer, Tripathi’s character persuades Sanon’s Mimi to be a surrogate mother for an American couple. The couple is ready to give a certain amount in exchange for the baby. After a lot of research, she finally agrees to be a surrogate mother; however, sometimes things don’t go as planned. Everything goes south when the American couple refuses to take the child as they no longer want to have a baby. They ask her to do an abortion. Upon hearing this, a heavily pregnant Mimi’s world turns upside down as she is in her last trimester.
She then returns home where her parents are devastated to see her in the condition. They interrogate her about the father but she gets a little panic and points towards Pankaj who is absolutely stumped. Watch the hilarious video here:
While sharing the trailer of the film on Instagram, Kriti captioned it as, “#Mimi expected everything, except for this unexpected journey! Here is My Mimi for you! Watch the glimpse of her unexpected story with your family. #MimiTrailer out now. Link in bio. Releasing on 30th July on @officialjiocinema & @netflix_in. #NothingLikeWhatYoureExpecting”
Expect the unexpected journey from the film, Mimi which not only promises you a little drama but is packed with comedy and emotions as well. The film is directed by Laxman Utekar and bankrolled by Dinesh Vijan. Mimi releases on July 30, 2021, on Jio Cinema and Netflix. ALSO READ: Mimi: Kriti Sanon Leaves Fans Impressed With Her Unique Avatar; They Express Excitement, Comment ‘Can’t Wait'
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