MOM Trailer: Sridevi, Nawazuddin and Akshaye rock it

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MOM Trailer: Sridevi, Nawazuddin and Akshaye rock it
MOM Trailer: Sridevi, Nawazuddin and Akshaye rock it

New Delhi : Trailer for upcoming thriller movie 'MOM' has been released by the makers and it is quite intriguing. The film stars Sridevi, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Akshaye Khanna in the leading roles.

As mentioned by the makers, Devki (Sridevi) is a loving wife, and a mother of two beautiful daughters, she seemingly has a perfect happy family. Yet, somehow the true happiness of being a mother eludes her. Arya, a sensitive girl cannot accept Devki and her love wholeheartedly. Arya believes, a daughter comes into a mother’s life, but a mother does not enter the life of a daughter. Devki patiently waits for Arya’s love and acceptance as she believes only a mother can truly understand the silence of her child.

An unfortunate incident, further distances Arya and Devki, to a point of no return. In such a situation a mother has to make a choice not between what is wrong or right but between what is wrong and very wrong.

What will Devki do in such a situation? Will she fight for her daughters love knowing the consequences she may have to face? What will a woman do when she is challenged?

'MOM' is scheduled to hit silver screens on 7th July 2017. Watch Trailer below: 

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