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Mrunal Thakur opens up about the hardest aspect of acting

Mrunal Thakur recently talked about her encounters with rejection and the challenges she faced

By Web Desk
April 12, 2024
Mrunal Thakur opens up about the hardest aspect of acting
Mrunal Thakur opens up about the hardest aspect of acting

Mrunal Thakur, who was last seen in The Family Star, confessed that the most difficult aspect of acting is letting go.

In an exclusive interview with Pinkvilla, the 31-year-old actress shared insights into the most challenging aspects of acting and also discussed her experiences with rejection and struggles she faced.

When asked about the most challenging aspect of acting, the actress said, "If you are not in sync, that magic won’t happen."

"What is difficult is when a movie ends and when you come back home, it feels like a heartbreak. It’s like, I love those characters and I’ll never get to be them."

She continued, "This heartbreak is actually crazier than an actual romantic heartbreak. There are days when I am just like, I don’t know what to do. If there’s one character that I want to be, it's Sita Mahalaxmi."

"So, the most difficult part is to move on, because for me, I have lived through those characters and someone just told me that I need to leave those characters behind, Mrunal. I am trying to do so, and that is the toughest part."

Talking about delving into the rejections and challenges she has encountered throughout her career, the Jersey actress said, "I want to say thank you to all the people who rejected me, because that made me realize that I was not good enough then."

"But because I got rejected, I made myself good enough now. So, in my head, I was like something wasn’t there in me then."

She further explained, "I would be lying if I said that I am not a competitor, I am. I want to learn, and there is nothing wrong with you; it's just the qualities that we lack for a character at a particular time."

"I want to thank all filmmakers because rejection is so important and it makes you who you are."