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Trailer Of Kriti Sanon Mimi: 10 Takeaways

Trailer Of Kriti Sanon Mimi: Kriti Sanon’s latest film Mimi released its trailer on Tuesday, July 13 on the official Youtube channel of Netflix India.

The film which revolves around the topic of surrogacy has taken a humourous route to deal with the subject. Directed by Laxman Utekar, the film features Kriti Sanon, Pankaj Tripathi, Sai Tamhankar, and Evelyn Edwards in major roles.

Sanon is in the titular role of Mimi who discovers surrogacy and the film documents her journey of motherhood.

Here are 10 takeaways from the trailer of Kriti Sanon’s film Mimi:

1. The trailer of the film starts with an American couple who want to have a child through surrogacy.

2. The couple contacts Mimi, a girl from a small town, through a middleman (Pankaj Tripathi), asking her to be the surrogate mother of their child in exchange for Rs 20 lakh.

3. Mimi accepts their proposal, but the only hindrance is hiding her pregnant belly from her parents.

4. Through this story arc, the film is also trying to touch upon the challenges of surrogacy and the view of society regarding it.

5. As the trailer progresses, the couple who wanted Mimi to carry their child deny to accept the baby and asks her to abort it, but Mimi decides to have the baby.

6. The trailer also shows the emotional journey of motherhood through the perspective of Mimi.

7. Mimi’s newly released trailer has also touched upon the topic of being a single mother in India and the stigma attached to it.

8. As Mimi’s family learn about her baby, she is asked who the father of the child is.

9. Not being able to tell her family the truth, Mimi says that Tripati’s character in the film is the father of the child after which she is forced to marry him.

10. The film will release on 30 July on the streaming platform Netflix.

Watch the trailer:

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