Twitterati also appreciates Manoj Pahwa in the survival thriller film.
Janhvi Kapoor in Mili (via YouTube)
Janhvi Kapoor's survival thriller Mili is finally out in cinemas and gathering immense attention and appreciation from across the country. Mathukutty Xavier directed the official Hindi remake of the 2019 Malayalam-language film Helen, which was directed by the filmmaker himself.
Soon after the release of Mili, fans flooded social media with their appreciation posts and comments for the film and the lead actor as well. Apart from Janhvi, movie buffs also loved Manoj Pahwa's performance, who portrays the titular actor's father in the movie.
A few movie buffs also mentioned in their tweets that Janhvi's late mother and Indian actor Sridevi would have been proud of her.
A Twitterati called it an amazing experience and shared, "Just watched Mili movie Amazing experience must watch #MiliReview (Sic)."
A Janhvi fan called her one of the best actors of the generation and also mentioned that her late mother and actor, Sridevi, would have been proud. The full post reads, "Jhanvi is one of the good actresses from the new generation, she actually knows how to act. If products from Bollywood families are like Alia and Jhanvi and not Ananya, it’s all good! Sridevi would have been proud! #MiliReview (Sic)."
Another moviegoer penned, "Watched Mili. Have seen many American survival movies, but I think watched a Hindi survival story after a long time and boy, was it good!! Tried to touch all the bases and kept hooked until the end! #MiliReview (Sic)."
A social media user shared the review in the mid of the movie and tweeted, "FIRST HALF IS DONE!! #Mili It's already the best movie from Janhvi's filmography. They developed the story SO WELL. I started crying when the mall shuts down after Mili gets stuck and her dad is waiting for her to return home. #ManojPahwa is THAT good. #JanhviKapoor #MiliReview (sic)."
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Mili, which also stars Sunny Kaushal opposite Janhvi alongside Seema Pahwa, Jackie Shroff and Hasleen Kaur, is available to watch in theatres now.