Kriti Sanon’s New Film on Surrogacy: First Look of Mimi Unveiled With This Poster
Kriti Sanon’s new film on surrogacy, titled Mimi, is based on a Marathi film which won the National Award for Best Film. See the first poster below.
Kriti Sanon has shared the first look of her new film, Mimi, which is on the subject of surrogacy and is based on Marathi film Mala Aai Vhaaychya, which won the National Award for Best Feature Film in 2011. The actress took to Twitter to share the film’s first poster, which shows two hands holding a newborn baby while another hand is extended forward to receive the baby. Kriti also wrote the following caption, “Life is a journey filled with unexpected miracles. Get ready for a journey like never before, #Mimi !! This one’s gonna be so special.. #DineshVijan @laxman.utekar #PankajTripathi @MaddockFilms @officialjiocinema.”
Life is a journey filled with unexpected miracles.— Kriti Sanon (@kritisanon) August 30, 2019
Get ready for a journey like never before, #Mimi !!
This one’s gonna be soooo special..#DineshVijan @Laxman10072 @TripathiiPankaj @MaddockFilms @JioCinema pic.twitter.com/SY6ymjOV5f
For this female-centric drama film, backed by Dinesh Vijan, Kriti is reuniting with her Luka Chuppi director Laxman Utekar and it will be her fourth film with actor Pankaj Tripathi. The two are riding high on the success of their previous films like Bareilly Ki Barfi. In Mimi, Kriti will be playing the role of a young mother in the film, which seeks to explain the concept of surrogacy and to debunk the myths surrounding it. Speaking earlier about the film, she had said, “It’s an entertaining story with its heart in the right place.”
Dinesh Vijan shared more details about the film, in a statement, “There's a thrill in telling poignant stories and then there's a thrill in telling ones that are based on true events. 'Mimi' is one such tale.” The producer said that the film struck a chord with him and added, “It explores a beautiful relationship between a woman who never wanted to be a mother and one who can't wait to be one. What's unexpected about the story is the humorous vein that runs through it and that's what makes Mimi exciting," he added. Mimi will be produced by Maddock films in collaboration with Jio Studios.