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Janhvi Kapoor shares posters of her next Mili

The film is the Hindi remake of the Malayalam film Helen (2019)

Published: 12th October 2022

Janhvi Kapoor shared three new posters of her upcoming film Mili on Wednesday. The film is the Hindi remake of the Malayalam film Helen (2019) and is helmed by Mathukutty Xavier, who also directed the original. Mathukutty won the National Film Award for Best Debut Director at the 67th edition of the awards. Mili is produced by Janhvi’s father Boney Kapoor. It also stars Sunny Kaushal and Manoj Pahwa.

The original Helen, starring Anna Ben, is a survivalist thriller in which a nursing graduate gets trapped inside a deep freezer.

One of the posters show Janhvi with a ponytail and a bag looking towards the camera and smiling. The poster reads, "Name: Mili Naudiyal, Age: 24 years, Qualification: B.Sc Nursing Graduate." Janhvi shared the poster with the caption, "In 1 hour her life is going to change #Mili.”

Another poster shows Janhvi wearing a red tshirt, with frost over her head and arms. She looks tensely into the camera. The poster reads “Frozen but not shaken”. The third poster is an intercut between a smiling Janhvi and her being trapped inside the freezer. It reads, “Dying to survive.”The film is slated to release on November 4. Janhvi was last seen in Good Luck Jerry.

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