#Review : Pocket Mummy – an ode to Motherhood!

Pocket Mummy- an ode to Motherhood!

Nitesh Ranglani’s short feature, Pocket Mummy, produced by Suburban Diagnostics, released digitally by Humaramovie, on occasion of Mother’s Day. The film features acclaimed veteran actress Madhoo Shah as the Mother and Parzaan Dastur as her son.

Pocket Mummy is a story about a single mother, and the bond between her and her son.

Pocket Mummy is Nitesh Ranglani’s directorial debut  and he says “Pocket Mummy is a very simple story, between a mother and a son, that everyone will relate to. I couldn’t have got anyone better than Madhoo Ma’am and Parzaan to play the parts. Madhoo Ma’am had earlier worked with my dad on Yeshwant and it’s a great feeling directing her today. Parzaan fits the character perfectly and both have done a wonderful job. Digital is a big medium today and we’re hoping to reach out to many with our labour of love”

Actress Madhu said “I am very excited to work on this project. I’ve always been a very emotional person and I believe a lot in  connections. I have earlier worked with Mr Vijay Ranglani, he was the producer of my film Yeshwant with Nana Patekar and now his son Nitesh is directing me. It is a beautiful feeling to associate with them. Also I love being a mother and as a woman I have a lot of things to say and I’m sure this film will be adored and loved by all”


Pocket Mummy is a short film I saw after quite some time and was delighted to see Madhu and now a grownup, Parzaan Dastur. A beautiful film of only 6 minutes, but it managed to managed to convey some most important emotions and messages.
Paizaan is Madhu’s son and they share an extremely loveable and fun relationship which includes a lot of fun and comfort between them. Both brilliant actors, who have been brought together by a director who shows definite signs of making it very big, soon, have played their roles with absolute elan. Brilliant direction, with a very fine eye to detail.
I wouldn’t delve much into it, rather, here is the link for you to watch! Show it to you mother too; the film being a beautiful tribute to all mothers. Give your mother a hug; and sit up. It’s time for you to give back to the one person who has loved you selflessly from even before you were born!

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  1. I have watched this one and loved it…I also loved The Paper Boy and Ahalya in this genre…Internet cafe is also good and so is Manoj Bajpayee starrer Ouch

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