Mimi Chakraborty wraps up shooting for Mainak Bhaumik's 'Mini'
'Mini' is a story about figuring out who needs to grow up. The film captures the best part of being best friends where age is not a boundary.
This is the story of a woman named Titli (Mimi Chakraborty) and a child named Mini (Ayanna Chatterjee).
In an exclusive chat with IBNS on the last day of shooting, Mimi says, "When we start a film and work with a team for days, it becomes a family. So the last day of shooting or the final shot feels bad as I won't be meeting the same team from the next morning. It feels bad as I will be missing the ambience."
"But at the same time, I am optimistic about the post productions which we have a lot to do. I am optimistic about the film, which is scheduled to release next year, and I hope people will love it," the Tollywood star adds.
Actress #MimiChakraborty (@mimichakraborty ) wraps up shooting for her upcoming film Mini, which is directed by Mainak Bhaumik. In an exclusive chat with IBNS correspondent Souvik Ghosh ( @gsouvik1), Mimi shares her experience on the last day of shooting in Kolkata pic.twitter.com/3KEnBBwlu7— India Blooms (@indiablooms) October 30, 2021
Complementing Mimi, her young co-actor Ayanna shares, "Mimi didi takes care of me a lot and used to assist me during shooting. I used to forget that I was doing a movie. Mimi didi is like my real aunt."
Mainak Bhaumik with Ayanna Chatterjee
The film is produced by Small Taalk Ideas- helmed by actor Sampurna Lahiri and producer Rahul Bhanja- and MK Media.
Throwing a light on storyline, Mainak amid his last day shooting said, "It's a modern day, fun version of 'Kabuliwala' (a story by Rabindranath Tagore). Mimi is like Kabuliwala."
'Mini' is expected to release in 2022.
(Images of Mimi Chakraborty: Avishek Mitra/IBNS)
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