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Mrunal Thakur will receive the Diversity in Cinema Award at IFFM and promises to keep pushing boundaries

<p>In show business, Mrunal Thakur has made great strides. The coveted Diversity in Cinema Award will be presented to her during the next Indian Film Festival of Melbourne. This honor, a monument to her extraordinary skill and noteworthy accomplishments, is given in appreciation of her excellent performances in the world of Indian film in a variety of roles and languages.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-111240″ src=”×582.jpg” alt=”” width=”1479″ height=”1148″ srcset=”×582.jpg 750w,×596.jpg 768w,×116.jpg 150w, 900w” sizes=”(max-width: 1479px) 100vw, 1479px” /></p>
<p>Mrunal Thakur has quickly ascended to become one of the most sought-after personalities in modern cinema after finishing a tremendous year in the south film business.</p>
<p>“I am genuinely honored and humbled to receive the Diversity in Cinema Award at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne,” Mrunal said, expressing her happiness. My trust in the universality of storytelling’s power is reinforced by this acknowledgment. I’ve always wanted to explore a diverse range of characters as an artist, and this honor inspires me to keep pushing the envelope and accepting challenging and inspiring jobs. I am appreciative of the possibilities I have been given and eager to see where this amazing adventure of film will take me.</p>
<p>Mrunal Thakur will receive the Diversity in Cinema Award during the festival’s much awaited annual gala award ceremony on August 11. This honor comes as she celebrates one year of successful debut into South Indian film, a significant career milestone.</p>
<p>Mrunal Thakur has seamlessly transcended language barriers to leave her mark, from the powerful depiction of Sonia in Love Sonia to her fascinating performance as Sita Mahalakshmi in her first Telugu feature. Her filmography has crossed language boundaries, making significant contributions to Hindi, Telugu, and Marathi film. Her appearances in well-regarded films like “Ghost Stories” and “Lust Stories 2,” which have enthralled viewers on OTT platforms, demonstrate her magnetic presence on both the big screen and the digital platform.</p>
<p>Due to Mrunal Thakur’s impressive climb in the southern film business, she now often appears onscreen with some of the greatest performers, such as Dulquer Salmaan. In her next appearances, she will be seen onscreen with Vijay Devrakonda and Nani.</p>
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