Mrunal Thakur Is Grateful For Sita Ramam, Says Couldn’t Have Asked For A Better South Debut

Mrunal Thakur opened up on how Dulquer Salmaan starrer Sita Ramam is the best film for her debut in South Indian cinema

After receiving all the love and adulation in Telugu, Tamil & Malayalam, Sita Ramam was released in Hindi almost a month later of its original release. The romantic drama Sita Ramam stars Mrunal Thakur, Dulquer Salmaan, and Rashmika Mandanna in the lead role. Mrunal, who is currently riding high on the success of the film, opened up on her south debut. 

The Hindi version of Sita Ramam was released on Thursday. The period romance showcases the fact that humanity matters more than war, boundaries, and religion. The film was a blockbuster in the south Indian belt and the Jersey actress believes it was the biggest opportunity for her. 

Mrunal Thakur made her Telugu debut with the film and is grateful for the love she received. The Dhamaka actress thinks this is the best film for a South debut and there couldn’t have been a better movie for that matter. 

In a recent interview, Mrunal Thakur spoke about her Telugu debut Sita Ramam. She said, “I could not have asked for a better debut in any of the Southern movies. The love that I have been getting is incredible. And above all, it is a beautiful and a sweet story and I am glad that with the movie being dubbed in Hindi it is going to reach more people. As an actor, I am almost getting the best of both worlds.”

Mrunal Thakur has come a long way making a bang in Bollywood and South. She kickstarted her career from television appearing in daily soaps such as Kumkum Bhagya. Later she featured in Marathi before making her debut in Bollywood with Love Sonia. She got recognition in Hrithik Roshan’s Super 30 and John Abraham’s Batla House. She went on to deliver some more Bollywood movies and was last seen in Jersey alongside Shahid Kapoor. After Sita Ramam she has Pippa and Aankh Micholi in the kitty.

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