Mouni Roy's Birthday Special: From 'Naagin' to 'Brahmastra' Mouni 's Cinematic Voyage
Born on September 28, 1985, in Kuch Bihar, West Bengal, Mouni Roy has carved her name indelibly into the annals of Indian entertainment. Her journey, which began in the realm of television, has since propelled her to dazzling heights in the world of cinema. What sets Mouni apart is her unwavering determination to follow her own dreams, even if it meant diverging from her father's well-intentioned aspirations.
Mouni's Father's Aspiration Unfulfilled
In a revealing interview, Mouni Roy candidly shared that her father had harbored dreams of seeing her excel in the prestigious Indian Administrative Services (IAS). However, from an early age, Mouni's heart had been set on a different path—she yearned for a career in acting. Upon relocating to Delhi, she initially pursued a course in Mass Communication at Jamia Millia Islamia, dipping her toes into the field of journalism. However, her passion for acting proved irresistible, leading her to make the pivotal decision to embark on a journey to the city of dreams, Mumbai.
The Genesis of Mouni's Career
Mouni Roy's ascent to stardom began with her ability to captivate social media audiences. Her journey commenced as a background dancer before she gracefully transitioned into the world of television. Her initial breakthrough came with Ekta Kapoor's iconic serial, "Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi," where she portrayed the character of Krishna Tulsi. However, it was her role in the immensely popular television series, "Naagin," that catapulted Mouni to widespread recognition. Alongside "Naagin," she graced the small screen in various other serials, including "Mahadev," "Kasturi," "Do Saheliyan," "Junoon - Aisi Nafrat Toh Kaisa Ishq," and more, showcasing her versatility and acting prowess.
Conquering the Silver Screen in "Gold"
Mouni Roy's career took an intriguing twist as she ventured into the world of cinema, where her acting talents shone brightly on the silver screen. Her Bollywood debut came in the film "Gold," where she shared the screen with the acclaimed actor Akshay Kumar. This was just the beginning of her cinematic journey. She further demonstrated her acting prowess in movies like "Romeo Akbar Walter" and "Made in China." Notably, she recently graced the screens in "Brahmastra," alongside the likes of Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor, cementing her position as a prominent actress in the industry.
It's worth mentioning that alongside her flourishing career, Mouni Roy embraced a new chapter in her personal life by tying the knot with businessman Suraj Nambiar in 2022, further solidifying her status as a versatile and accomplished individual.
- PTC PUNJABI