Poonam Singh

Bollywood Diva Mrunal Thakur, who is eagerly waiting for the release of her movie 'Jersey' opposite Shahid Kapoor, recently opened up about how she was treated during early days of her acting career.

During a recent interaction with an entertainment portal, Mrunal revealed that she was treated in a certain way which affected her and she cried after coming back to home.

Speaking to Bollywood Bubble, Mrunal said, “When I was starting my career, there were times I was treated in a certain way and I reached home and I was crying. I told my parents that I don’t like this. They said, ‘Mrunal, think about 10 years down the line. People would look at you and get so inspired, that if that girl could make it, main bhi kar sakti hoon yaar (I can do it too).’” 

She also revealed that her parents were the main reason of her success as they have taught her to work hard and achieve anything she wants. 

On the work front, Mrunal's film 'Jersey', which was all set to hit the screens this Friday, has been postponed due to rising cases of COVID-19 in India.

Jersey, directed by Gowtam Tinnanuri, narrates the story of a talented but failed cricketer who decides to return to cricket in his late thirties to fulfil his son's wish for a jersey as a gift.

(Edited By Pradeep Singh)