Courtesy : Bhawna Munjal
One of the most significant names in the field of journalism, Bhawna Munjal is someone who has been every celebrity’s favourite. A reporter, a news presenter, an anchor and now an actor, there’s nothing this woman can’t do. Chasing her dreams, she has always followed her passion and has made a niche for herself in the media industry. She is from Faridabad and is currently based in Mumbai with having an experience of almost a decade in journalism and anchoring. With entertainment being her main forte, Munjal has interviewed many big wigs of Bollywood including Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Katrina Kaif and many more.
While speaking about her experience working in media, she said, “It has been an incredible journey so far. Having worked with many big names from the entertainment field, I discovered my passion for performing arts and it has been a rollercoaster journey till now. I always loved hosting events and being the centre of the stage and I am glad I am living my dream now.”
The journalist who is now an actor has been a part of a lot of theatre plays, TV shows and films. Her recent work was a play named ‘Poosheda’ and she also shared screen space with Shweta Tiwari in Sony India’s show ‘Mere Dad Ki Dulhan’. Moreover, Bhawna also played a character role of a news presenter in Arjun Kapoor’s film ‘India’s Most Wanted’.
Apart from this, her first short film ‘Mishti Doi’ was released on January 18. Well, this film helps us realize that real happiness is beyond materialistic things. The film explores the bond of love within a family. Our life is fast and we are totally dependent on the digital world. With this kind of film, we want people to realize that it's okay to give everything a pause and live every moment with the loved ones. “My family loved the film and got connected with the emotions in it. Even my best friend had tears in her eyes after watching the film. Mishti Doi had instant connection with a lot of people and I find this film very relevant in the present world” concludes Bhawna.