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Directed by – Nitin Kakkar

Produced by – Vikram Malhotra

Starring – Jackky Bhagnani, Kritika Kamra, Pratik Gandhi, Neeraj Sood, Shivam Parekh


At a wedding, a rich representative (Mohan Kapur) asks Raunak (Pratik Gandhi) the regular inquiry, ‘Tum karte kya ho?’ To which the youthful fellow all quiet and formed, presents himself as an author who is as of now penning a book named ‘Mind your business’! Indeed, it’s Sharib Hashmi’s snapping lines and Pratik Gandhi’s poker-confronted humor which keeps Mitron carefree and locks in.

The key hero Jai (Jackky Bhagnani) removes up designing from impulse, however has his heart set towards turning into a cook. Be that as it may, there’s a curve! The person is hopelessly languid to move in the direction of his fantasy and rather would want to make some brisk buck by turning into a child in-law to a business big shot. A goof-up drives him to meet Avni (Kritika Kamra), a youthful, eager young lady who harbors long for a vocation in Australia.

Jai and Avni are shafts separated in their viewpoint to life, yet locate a little interface – they both don’t care for drenching sauce on their samosas. Be that as it may, while the previous is a lethargic visionary, the last has a sharp business astuteness. She tosses in a proposal of beginning a sustenance truck. From consequently starts an adventure that is very relatable from the word go.

While Mitron is very unsurprising as far as the plot, it’s Nitin Kakkar’s treatment to the content which acquires a specific feeling of freshness. who helmed Filmistan before, is back with amazingly, one more cheerful story less all the fabulousness. An adjustment of Vijay Devarakonda-Ritu Varma’s Telugu hit ‘Pelli Choopulu’, Kakkar gives Mitron his own trademark contact. Sharib Hashmi’s written work indicates start. It’s great to see a film where the female hero gets the opportunity to be the legend the greater part of the occasions and give orders and that is the place Mitron transcends a common Bollywood film.

Mitron is a film produced using the heart and prevails with regards to achieving yours as it were. Much the same as Jai’s character, it accompanies its arrangement of defects. Be that as it may, by one means or another, it winds up abandoning you with a warm inclination and above all a major, wide smile!

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