Speaking about her exploration projects in multiple languages, Mrunal, who has been seen in films like Super 30, Batla House, Toofaan and Dhamaka, says, “I’m someone who likes to do different things at the same time. I just like to impress my audience. Since I am a Maharashtrian, my parents wanted me to be part of Marathi films. They wanted me to do something in our mother tongue. At that time, I was multitasking. I was shooting for 15 days for my TV show and 15 days for the movie. I never like sitting at home doing nothing. I’m a workaholic and like to be on my toes.
She further adds, “I have done a film in Telugu now. Language should never be a barrier for an actor. What matters is how you are able to reach the audience. We have a different range of viewers and I don’t just want to speak to a particular Bollywood, Marathi or southern audience. I also want to make international films in foreign languages like Spanish and French. It’s always nice to discover different cultures through these films. So, I’m really happy that I don’t prefer to be stereotyped.