Batla House Actress Mrunal Thakur Shares Her Thoughts on Working With John Abraham

Batla House Actress Mrunal Thakur Shares Her Thoughts on Working With John Abraham

Mrunal Thakur talks about working with John Abraham in Batla House, her experience of shooting for the film in Mussoorie and more.
Batla House Actress Mrunal Thakur Shares Her Thoughts on Working With John Abraham
John Abraham and Mrunal Thakur

Bollywood actress Mrunal Thakur, during an interview with a foreign media outlet expressed how she felt working next to John Abraham for their upcoming movie Batla House which is set for release on October 2. “The shoot was a memorable experience as it marked my first trip to Mussoorie. I was excited to shoot in those cable cars. John is great fun to be with. I am so blessed to be sharing screen space with someone like him who is committed, focused and constantly on a tryst to reinvent himself,” she said.

While shedding light over the song “Rula Diya” from “Batla House”, Mrunal said, “The song comes as a flashback sequence in the narrative and Nikkhil sir had a clear vision [for it]. There were certain montages he envisioned for the song, including one where I tease John by pointing a gun at him.” It is pertinent to mention that Mrunal was also part of Hrithik Roshan starrer “Super 30” that was released last week on July 21. Batla House has been narrated from the perspective of Sanjeev Yadav, a deputy commissioner of police special cell who was in-charge of the infamous 2008 Batla House encounter in Delhi. John Abraham has performed this role in the film.

Mrunal Thakur is an Indian actress and model who appears in Bollywood, Marathi movies and Indian soap operas. She is known for her role as Bulbul in “Kumkum Bhagya.” She has played the lead role in Tabrez Noorani and David Womark's 2018 film “Love Sonia.” Mrunal was born in a Marathi Hindu family and has two siblings, an elder sister Lochan and a younger brother. She completed her Bachelors in Mass Media (Journalism) from K. C. College and spent at least three years working in television dramas before acting for films.

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