Feeling Blue? WATCH Hrithik Roshan's Super 30 Co-Star Mrunal Thakur Singing The Hindi Version Of Aurora's Runaway - It's MAGICAL

Taking to her Instagram account, Mrunal Thakur praised Vipasha Malhotra's voice and stated that she is in love with the Hindi version of Runaway

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Feeling Blue? WATCH Hrithik Roshan's Super 30 Co-Star Mrunal Thakur Singing The Hindi Version Of Aurora's Runaway - It's MAGICAL
Music is currently helping many to sail through the tough times. It seems, Hrithik Roshan's Super 30 co-star Mrunal Thakur too is finding solace in music and enjoying some beautiful songs to keep up with the lockdown. Recently, Mrunal Thakur took to her Instagram account to share a video that sees her lip-syncing to a song. The song is the Hindi version of Runaway by Aurora composed by musician,  Stand-up comedian  and writer Vipasha Malhotra.

Sharing the video, Mrunal Thakur praised Vipasha's voice and stated that she is in love with the lyrics. She wrote, "Apni duniya@vipasha.malhotra in love with the Hindi lyrics and your voice ! #runaway #sun #sunnyday #music #friday." Apart from music, Mrunal also seems to be indulging in self-musing and penning her thoughts in the form of poems. Recently, she wrote, "I had a heart and I have lost it. maybe i misplaced it maybe i ran away or maybe it got scared of getting broken again. i had a heart full of love and i can't find it."

On the work front, Mrunal Thakur is all set to feature in Toofan opposite Farhan Akhtar. Recently, the trailer of the film was released and she did manage to impress all with her act. Recently, she had spoken about being a part of the industry and said, "I think the most important thing is patience. As an artiste, you are always curious to perform but the big question is content. You have to choose the right script. I feel pressured (and think) should I choose this script? I feel internally that I can do better but then I feel if I let this script go, will I get more films? This thought keeps bothering me all the time."




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