Mili: Rekha, Ananya Panday, Sara Ali Khan attend special screening of Janhvi Kapoor starrer

New Delhi: Janhvi Kapoor’s most awated survival drama Mili hits the theatres today, that is, November 4. The film also features Vicky Kaushal’s brother Sunny Kaudhal. Directed by Mathukutty Xavier, Mili marks the Hindi remake of the director’s Malayalam film Helen, which released in 2019.

Ahead of its release, a special screening was hold by the makers, which was attended by celebs like Rekha, Ananya Panday, Sara Ali Khan, Rakulpreet Singh, Sunny Kaushal, among others.

Veteran actress Rekha also posed with Janhvi and Sunny. The actress looked graceful as usual in a silk saree which she paired with a black blouse with golden border. She donned statement jhumkas which added to her beauty. Janhvi Kapoor on the other hand, looked pretty in a golden salwar suit.

Rekha and Janhvi as they pose together

Next up, we can see Sara Ali Khan and Ananya Panday walking upto the screening venue. The star kids looked stunning as they posed together. Maheep Kapoor along with her son Jahan, Janhvi Kapoor’s dad Boney were also seen at the screening.

About Mili

In the movie, Janhvi is essaying the role of Mili Naudiyal, who wants to go abroad to make her career. The video also introduces Sunny Kaushal, who portrays the role of Mili’s boyfriend. The video then shifts to a mall, where Janhvi works for a local food joint. The trailer then shows Mili trapped in a freezer as she struggles to save her life.

Mili marks her first collaboration with father Bonny Kapoor. In Janhvi Kapoor’s film, it will be shown how her father takes her out of troubles and how she fights with her life in this film. This will be the first time with Janhvi Kapoor that she will share the screen with her father Boney Kapoor. At the same time, the fans are looking desperate to see the father-daughter duo on screen. At the same time, it is to be seen how much the father-daughter duo creates panic on the screen.

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