Actor Kriti Sanon has been basking in praises since the release of the trailer of her much-anticipated film ‘Mimi’.
Among other celebrities who extended Kriti wishes was Kangana Ranaut who too sent her best wishes to the actor.
Taking to her Instagram handle, Kangana posted Kriti’s picture from one of her promotional day looks. Alongside the post, she wrote, “How amazing you look, all the best for #Mimi. Trailer looks amazing @kritisanon.”
‘Mimi’, which is directed by Laxman Utekar, is a remake of Samroudhhi Porey’s National Award-winning Marathi film ‘Mala Aai Vhhaychy!’ (2011). In the movie, Kriti will be seen essaying the role of a young surrogate mother.
The recently released three-minute-long trailer narrates a quirky tale of a feisty and carefree girl (Kriti) who becomes a surrogate mom to make money. It also touches upon the challenges of surrogacy and how society looks at it.
The makers have tried to impart meaningful messages in a comical way, leaving viewers emotional and amused at the same time.
Kriti had to put on 15 kilos for her role in ‘Mimi’, which also features Pankaj Tripathi, Manoj Pahwa and Supriya Pathak. Directed by Laxman Utekar, ‘Mimi’ is scheduled to release on July 30 on Jio Cinema and Netflix.
Meanwhile, during a recent interview with a news agency, Kriti Sanon opened up about her life after the death of her ‘Raabta’ co-star Sushant Singh Rajput.
“It was difficult to mute the noise. But I had my people and family around me that always kind of helps. Last year, social media was the worst thing that had happened to us. It opened up so much chatter and noise.” Further adding, “I realised people were frustrated. Maybe, they were taking out that frustration. There was so much of fear, uncertainty and sadness around… I don’t blame them completely. But social media has added to a lot of negativity,” Kriti said.
While talking about why she completely detached herself from social media at that time. “I, anyway, felt too many people were saying too many things. I didn’t want to be a part of that noise. I felt a lot of things were also going unfair. So I didn’t want to be a participant to that,” she added.