Mrunal Thakur Zee Zest Digital Cover Photoshoot for April 2023 Edition

Actress Mrunal Thakur Zee Zest Digital Cover Photoshoot for April 2023 Edition. The actress looks stunning in the photos, sporting a variety of looks.

Mrunal Thakur

Mrunal Thakur is taking the internet by storm with her latest photoshoot for Zee Zest Digital Cover, featured in the April 2023 edition. The talented actress looks stunning in the photos, sporting a variety of chic and stylish looks that are sure to leave fans wanting more.

In the photoshoot, Mrunal can be seen in a range of outfits. Her flawless beauty and captivating gaze are sure to make heads turn, and her fans can’t get enough of her sizzling hot looks.

At this most recent picture shoot, Mrunal’s inherent calm and poise are on full display, so it is understandable why many young ladies in the country have started to view her as a style icon. We are excited to watch what this amazing actress can do in the future given her growing fame and unquestionable talent.

She is one of those actors who has successfully transitioned from the small screen to the big screen, Mrunal is already 11-years-old in the entertainment industry! 

She explains:

“No acting school would have been able to teach me the lessons I’ve learned while working on different sets. I think I owe my career to television. That’s what allowed me to dream even bigger; I knew there was a big universe waiting for me,”

In 2012, she made her television debut with “Mujhse Kuch Kehti…Yeh Khamoshiyaan,” but it wasn’t until her 2018 film debut in “Love Sonia,” which also starred Demi Moore, that people really started to pay attention. She believes that OTT platforms have made it simpler to switch from one media to another.

A young Mrunal Thakur was greatly impacted by ‘Jab We Met’; YOLO, after all. “The film hit me hard. I knew that this is my life and I did not want to live with the regret of not being able to explore and try different things,” ruminates Mrunal, adding that while she did appear for the common medical entrance tests after her Class 12, she knew this is not where she belonged. Eventually, the small-town Mrunal enrolled in a media and journalism course at Mumbai’s KC College.

The ball started rolling for Mrunal when she bagged her first audition. “That’s when I realised that I’m extremely comfortable in front of the camera,” she said. 

She was fortunate to be led along a practical road when a buddy suggested she keep showing up to auditions. “This egged the competitive side of me — I like taking on challenges and if someone says, ‘you can’t do it’, I want to quietly show them how I can. I also realized that as long as I’m in front of the camera, I’m happy,” she said.

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