Mimi trailer: Kriti Sanon’s surrogacy journey runs into unexpected complications

Mimi trailer: Kriti Sanon’s surrogacy journey runs into unexpected complications

By Shanil Singh
Wednesday 14/07/2021
The poster for Kriti Sanon’s latest film Mimi. Image: Hindustan Times

The official trailer for Kriti Sanon’s latest film Mimi is now out where Sanon is playing the role of a surrogate mother.

The film which also stars Pankaj Tripathi and Sai Tamhankar.

In the trailer, Pankaj Tripathi’s character persuades Kriti Sanon’s Mimi to be a surrogate mother for an American couple.



She agrees after finding out that she will not be involved in conceiving the baby and that she will paid money for carrying it.

However, Mimi’s world turns upside down when she is told that the American couple no longer wants the child and she is asked to get an abortion.

She returns home and while being interrogated by her parents about the father of her child, panics and points at Pankaj’s character.

Mimi is set to release at the end of this month on Netflix.

[Source: Hindustan Times]



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