MIMI : Lacks Empathy

When you are talking about sensitive topics like surrogacy, adoption, disability and motherhood, it is criminal trying to lighten it up with jokes drawn from bigotry, wrapped up sleeze, beauty bias, white redemption and everything else that hurts the very sentiments that are the focal point of your film.

And no, not even a very powerful Kriti Sanon and the always reliable Pankaj Tripathi can do much if the intent was never there to explore the depth and the nuances of the complex emotions with the honesty and the gravitas that the topic deserves and demands.

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