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Mili Trailer Out: Janhvi Kapoor fights for her life as she is stuck in the freezer

Janhvi Kapoor is rapidly trying to strengthen her grip on the audience through her great films. After Dhadak, good luck jerry, Roohi, and Gunjan Saxena, now she is all set for her next film Mili, which the fans are eagerly waiting for. Janhvi has recently released the trailer of her upcoming film Mili, due to which she is highly praised for her performance. The survival thriller film is directed by Mathukutty Xavier and is a Hindi remake of the directorial film Helen which was released in 2019. In the trailer, it was revealed that Janhvi is playing the role of a nursing student who is planning to go abroad and her name is Mili Naudiyal.

As soon as the trailer of Janhvi Kapoor and Sunny Kaushal starrer Mili was released, the reaction of the audience started coming to it. The trailer is 2 minutes and 21 seconds, enough to increase our excitement. 

About trailer: 

The video begins with Mili witnessing the bond with her father. The scene of the film shifts to Sunny Kaushal who is declared as Mili’s (Janhavi) lover in the film. In the trailer, Janhvi was seen working at a local food joint in a mall. But the story of the film turns out when Mili gets stuck in the freezer. She is seen lying around her body with tape to protect herself from the cold. She is also seen crying out for her help but there is no one.

Meanwhile, no one knows where she is stuck and her father and boyfriend are searching for her. The film is produced by Boney Kapoor. Apart from Janhvi Kapoor, Sunny Kaushal and Manoj Pahwa are also going to be seen sharing the screen.

Sharing the trailer on her social media, Janhvi Kapoor wrote in the caption, “Watch a glimpse of Mili’s chilling tale of survival! The trailer out now. #Mili, releasing in cinemas on 4th November.”

Watch trailer here: 

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