Kriti Sanon talks about his first solo film 'Mimi'

Kriti Sanon He is ready to appear in his first solo project. The actress, who has been chosen for the lead role in Mimi by Dinesh Vijan, is excited and nervous about carrying the film on her shoulders. The film directed by Laxman Utekar recently hit the ground and, in an interview, Kriti admitted that he was taking small steps instead of abruptly jumping into things. She plays the character of a surrogate mother in the film who is reportedly inspired by the Marathi National Award-winning film, Mala Aai Vhhaychy.n Considering the sensitive nature of the role, Kriti said that while she was a little insecure on how her character would finally adapt, she has worked hard on paper. The sculptural actress revealed that she often questioned herself after a scene to give her best and that working with talented co-stars like Pankaj Tripathi It had been a great help. Tripathi plays his father in the film and Kriti admitted that working with talented co-actors improved his own performance.

With two successes behind her: Bareilly Ki Barfi and Luka Chuppi, Kriti also admitted that she was aware of the pressure when carrying a solo film on her shoulders. She said her recent success, the director's confidence and the unique script have given her the strength to give it all. She revealed that although the film dealt with a sensitive issue, it was full of humor without sacrificing any of the emotions.

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