Name MRINAL KULKARNI : मृणाल कुलकर्णी

Also Known as MRINAL DEV / MRUNAL KULKARNI

Date of Birth / Birthday / Age 21st JUNE, 1968. Her age as of posting this article is around 49 years.

Marital Status / Husband / Spouse Her Husband Name / Married to Ruchir Kulkarni who was also her long time friend. She also has a teenage son named Virajas Kulkarni. Her mother and father were professors at the University of Pune, and her Grandfather was a writer.

Biodata Profile / Wikipedia Information

Mrinal Kulkarni is a marathi actress who gained fame in both Hindi as well as the Marathi industry. Mrunal Kulkarni was popular as Son Pari in the early 2000s.

At a young age of 17, in her college annual gathering Srikant Moghe, a famous actor-director spotted her and gave her the first role of Ramabai. When she began, she had a very strong Marathi accent and had to work on her voice lessons before entering Hindi serials.

For her education, she completed her Masters from Pune University. After graduating, she married her close friend and took a small break of 2-3 years from the world of acting. 

Mrinal is famous for playing a number of historic characters throughout her career – Draupadi, Ahilya Bai Holkar, Ramabai, Jijabai and so on.

Her height is 5 feet 3 inches.

TV Serials / Shows Acted
  • Avantika
  • Rishtey (Hindi)
  • Khamoshiyan (Hindi)
  • Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat (Hindi)
  • Son Pari (Hindi)
  • Sparsh (Hindi)
  • Chattaan- Poornima (Hindi)
  • Teacher
  • Kaali- Ek Agnipariksha
  • Guntata Hriday Hay
  • Hasratein (Hindi)
  • Khamoshiyaan
  • Meerabai
  • Raja Shivchatrapati – Jijabai
Chitrapat / Films / Movies Acted
  • Rama Madhav (2014)
  • Tujhya Majhyat (2008)
  • Lekroo (2000)
  • Deha (2013)
  • Rama Madhav (2014)
  • Yellow (2014)
  • A Rainy Day (2014)
  • Prem Manjhe Prem Manjhe Prem Asta!
  • Jai Jai Maharashtra Majha (2012)
  • Aarohi Gosht Tighanchi (2012)
  • Kasala Udyachi Baat (2012)
  • Raja Shivchattrapati (2012)
  • Chhodo Kal Ki Baatein (2012)
  • Made In China (2009)
  • Ram Gopal Varma Ke Aag (2007)
  • Raasta Roko (2006)
  • Bayo (2006)
  • Kuchh Meetha Ho Jaye (2005)
  • Rajkaran (2005)
  • Thang (2005)
  • Vishwaas (2003)
  • Veer Savarkar (2001)
  • Aashiq (2001)
  • Veer Savarkar (2001)
  • Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar (2000)
  • Jamla Ho Jamla (1995)