Kriti Sanon’s character, Mimi, is a dancer. She is an aspiring actress with a sizable social media following. Her room is decked out with images of Bollywood actresses and a large poster of Ranveer Singh. Mimi adores being the center of attention. She smiles when she hears people describe her as “hot” or as someone who can set water on fire (“Aag laga di paani mein”). That’s why her eyes light up when Bhanupratap Pandey, also known as Bhanu (Pankaj Tripathi), claims he’s a fan. Of course, Bhanu is lying. He gets Mimi to become a surrogate mother for an American couple, John (Aidan Whytock) and Summer, by flattering her (Evelyn Edwards). If Mimi accepts, Bhanu and she will each receive a reward.
The tale was adapted from the National Award-winning Marathi film Mala Aai Vhhaychy! by director Laxman Utekar. Although I have not seen the original film, Mimi’s notion appears to be sound on paper. It has the ability to sparked discussions about parenting and parenthood. Is the true parent the one who provides the “tools” for the child’s creation or the one who carries, delivers, and feeds the child? Because, in Utekar’s hands, the intriguing subject gives rise to an okayish picture, such significant questions never come to the foreground or strike you with the appropriate weight. Even after seeing the director’s last picture, Luka Chuppi, I felt the same way. There, a superb screwball comedy was harmed by the presence of . IMDB