Mimi Trailer Launched: Mixes up surrogacy, religion in hilarious, heartfelt film

The trailer for Mimi Kriti Sanon landed on Tuesday, and as the creator promised, this is not what you expected! Well-known artists with surrogacy stories at the core will premiere on Netflix on July 30.

Unlike all the surrogacy movies we have seen in Bollywood, Mimi does not take things too seriously. He prefers to approach the subject in a naive and simple way, coupled with the humor of the actor Pankaj Tripathi. Mimi revolves around a small-town girl in Rajasthan, played by Kriti Sanon, who was offered 2 million as a substitute. For this American couple, the ordinary man is Tripathi, who has won the support of both sides with his impeccable style.

The only obstacle is how Mimi hides her pregnant belly from her parents and society as a whole. This film explores the problem of surrogacy and how society handles it.

But when the couple refused to accept the child, everything changed. Mimi’s family believes that pregnant and unmarried daughters will call them illegitimate children. All of this is accompanied by a hint of religious confrontation. Tripathi broke the previous portrayal of Kriti Sanon’s father in Bareilly Ki Barfi, convincingly played a small-town agent, and even played Mimi’s partner in the movie.

Regarding Mimi, Kriti Sanon told PTI: “It’s not preachy or serious. It’s not like you are going to watch a film on surrogacy and it’s going to be a documentary film. It’s a very entertaining film, filled with humor, and a lot of ups and downs. There’s a beautiful graph of the woman I am playing, Mimi, where she wants to be an actress.”

Mimi brings together Kriti Sanon, Pankaj Tripathi, director Laxman Utekar, and producer Dinesh Vijan, after their popular romantic comedy Luka Chuppi. Dinesh Vijan and Kriti Sanon are based on the latest collaborations of films such as Raabta, Luka Chuppi, and Arjun Patiala. Fans also remember her striking camaraderie with Pankaj Tripathi as father-daughter in Bareilly Ki Barfi

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