Artist: Kriti Sanon, Pankaj Tripathi
                          Director: Laxman Utekar
                                 Movie type: Comedy, Drama
                              Duration: 2 Hours 10 Mins
Mimi (Kriti Sanon) gave up her 'dream' for the sake of 'her' son. The good thing is that both the characters are inspiring. There is no straight answer to what is right or wrong. 'Mimi' is full of emotion. There are solid reasons for every character being there.

The characters in "Mimi" will make your eyes moist many times

After 'Taare Zameen Par', 'Mimi' is second, whose characters moisten their eyes many times. Biopics and remakes in recent years have given an overdose of success and magical achievements. After that, the space left for entertainment was infiltrated by baseless action films. The stories of family, feeling, personal conflict were missing. 'Mimi' is a film showing the way to the filmmakers in this respect. Emotion has more impact than amazing action and visuals.

'Mimi' is an adaptation of 12 years ago Marathi film

'Mimi' is an adaptation of 12 years ago Marathi film 'Mala Aaye What'. This work has been done by Rohan Shankar, Laxman Utekar and Samriddhi Pore. He has not shifted the entire responsibility of the film to any one artist. The lead is definitely being played by Pankaj Tripathi and Kriti Sanon. But apart from Sai Tamhankar, he has also got the same amount of support from American couple Aidan Whittock and Evelyn Edwards. Aidan and Evelyn firmly capture the sorrow and uneasiness of a childless couple. Evelyn is not Indian, but she has spoken Hindi dialogues with full maturity. Her performance has been like Rachel from 'Lagaan'.

Mimi Movie Story

The film begins with the visit of American couple Sarah (Evelyn) and John (Adean) to India. In Rajasthan, he meets Bhanu (Pankaj Tripathi). Bhanu Shekhawati's Paramsundari Mimi (Kriti Sanon) agrees to be the surrogate mother of their child. Bhanu and Mimi keep getting money too. Mimi is happy that with that money she will be able to fulfill her dream in Mumbai. Suddenly John and Sara leave everyone in the middle due to one reason. Here Mimi's friend Shaman (Sai ​​Tamhankar) comes to the fore. Now what are Mimi's decisions, the film is about that. The writers have threaded all these events in such a way that even if the decisions of the characters are right and wrong, no one is hated. After a long time in the Kovid period, a great film like 'Mimi' has come. The film has music by Rahman, but 'The Rahman' is missing.


Director Laxman Utekar has kept his grip on the entire film. Good work from the cast and kept the curiosity of the audience intact till the end. The film could have ended in many ways, but the ending shown seems logical.

Why watch "Mimi"

Best acting, Best Emotions, loving, caring a great Family Movie during this pandemic.

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