The Pregnant

The Pregnant (Russian: Беременный, romanizedBeremenniy) is a 2011 Russian comedy film directed by Sarik Andreasyan. It stars Dmitri Dyuzhev, Anna Sedokova, Mikhail Galustyan and Ville Haapasalo.[2][3] The Hindi remake rights are owned by T-Series and Maddock Films.

The Pregnant
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Theatrical release poster
Directed bySarik Andreasyan
Written by
  • Sarik Andreasyan
  • Gevond Andreasyan
  • Georgiy Malkov
Produced by
  • Sarik Andreasyan
  • Gevond Andreasyan
  • Georgiy Malkov
Starring
CinematographyAnton Zenkovich
Music byAleksandr Vartanov
Production
companies
Enjoy Movies
Leopolis
Release date
  • 8 September 2011 (2011-09-08) (Russia)
Running time
85 minutes
CountryRussia
LanguageRussian
Budget$2 million
Box office$7 372 540[1]

PlotEdit

Sergei and Diana Dobrolyubov have long dreamt of having a child, but Diana simply isn't getting pregnant. Sergei, who works as a TV presenter at the Muz-TV channel, makes a wish to a falling star (“I want a child”), and his wish is fulfilled, but with a catch: instead of his wife, he, himself, becomes pregnant. Sergei's friend, Zhora, convinces him that pregnancy is not a reason to hide, but instead is an opportunity to gain fame and money. The show "The Pregnant" becomes the most popular television project, and its main character - Sergei Dobrolyubov - a star. He soon gets accosted by the media causing a lots of drama between himself and Diana. A gay couple continuously pester him on his "secret" for getting pregnant, and a sinister prosecutor believes he is a phony. In the end, in order to give birth to his child in peace, Sergei decides to inform his fans that he falsified the pregnancy. Shortly afterwards, he goes into labor and gives birth to a baby boy. A couple of years later, Sergei and Diana are happy parents when Diana decides to also make a wish on a star, but with a new catch: both Diana and Sergei are pregnant together.

CastEdit

MusicEdit

The film's score was written by Aleksandr Vartanov. The following songs are featured in the picture.

ReceptionEdit

The film received generally negative reviews in Russian media with many of them negatively comparing it to the more famous Arnold Schwarzenegger comedy Junior.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "БОКС-ОФИС СНГ". Kinometro.
  2. ^ "Беременный". VokrugTV.
  3. ^ "Гыгы-эффект - В прокат вышел фильм "Беременный"". Lenta.ru.
  4. ^ "Беременный". Kritikanstvo.

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