Within 24 hours of it's release, Jai Mummy Di featuring Sunny Singh, Sonnalli Seygall, Supriya Pathak and Poonam Dhillon has been leaked online. The culprits behind this cheap tactic are the owners of a website called Tamilrockers. Tamilrockers is one website which is infamous for leaking several Bollywood and South films within hours of the release. And the result of their action, sometimes results in film's less box office numbers. Jai Mummy Di is merely an addition to the n number of movies that have been leaked by Tamilrockers. It is such a disgusting tactic and we just hope the makers don't incur losses because of this.
Talking about Jai Mummy Di, it is a story of conflicting dynamics between mothers of protagonists (Sunny Singh and Sonnalli)and how their dynamics affect them and other members of both the families. Prior to the film's release, we sat down for an exclusive chat with Sonnalli Seygall and she said,"People are excited to see me and Sunny. In fact when the poster was released or when the film was announced, the kind of love we got on social media was very interesting as people had loved our chemistry from Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2 and they remembered Chauka and Supriya. So that was very thrilling. My character from the film is something I have never played before. She is called Saanjh and she is a desi girl from Lajpatnagar who moves to Ghaziabad so there is a certain desiness to her. I have always played an urban character which is quite similar to what Sonnalli is but Saanjh is not like Sonnalli."
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However, Jai Mummy Di has failed to impress the masses as well as critics. And with movie being leaked online, there are chances of the film's business getting affected but we hope that doesn't happen.
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