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Mouni Roy’s birthday plans revealed!

Mouni Roy will celebrate her 34th birthday on September 28 this year and has jetted off to Thailand.

Mouni Roy is all set to turn a year older as the pretty lady will celebrate her 34th birthday on September 28. Mouni has jetted off to Thailand to ring in her birthday. She has been sharing pictures from the vacay giving her fans a visual treat.  

A leading daily quoted “Mouni is known to be a water baby and wanted to celebrate her big day at a beach destination. She wanted to go somewhere closer to the country. She took off with her best friends for a week and will begin promotions of Made In China upon her return to the Bay.” 

When asked Mouni about birthdays she said “For me, birthdays mean you grow a year older and wiser. It’s that time of the year where I like to take time off with my close friends and family to rejuvenate, to be with myself and to introspect. I am loving this.” 

Mouni is currently busy with her next Bollywood film Made In China where she is paired opposite Rajkummar Rao. The trailer of the film was released a few days back and received good reviews from the critics.  

She will also, be seen in Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor starrer Brahmastra directed by Ayan Mukerji.

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