Madirakshi Mundle: An Inspiration in the Mythological Genre of TV Show
From the tales of Mahabharata to Ramayana, the Indian Entertainment Industry have been gifted with many different productions of mythological epics and tales throughout the years.
The Indian Entertainment Industry has always been full of mythological TV shows. From the tales of Mahabharata to Ramayana, the Indian Entertainment Industry have been gifted with many different productions of mythological epics and tales throughout the years. Various actors and actresses from the entertainment industry has used their expressions and skills to gift to the audience some amazing performance. Jai Hanuman Sankat Mochan Naam Tiharo, a mythological TV show which airs on Dangal TV is one such discussed mythological TV show in the present time. The TV show features Madirakshi Mundle, who has been known for her flawless performance in several mythological tales.
Madirakshi Mundle, the young television actress, who made her debut in 2015 with her role of Sita in Siya Ke Raam, is one such actress in the Indian Entertainment Industry who has entertained the audience immensely with her mythological roles. After her debut role in TV, the year 2019 saw her in Star Bhagat's Jag Janani Maa Vaishno Devi - Kahani Mata Rani Ki in the role of Lakshmi.
Madirakshi has made her way as one of the most coveted actresses in the mythological genre on Indian television. Mythology is a difficult domain to explore and perform. This is because given the actor has to wear heavy costumes, jewellery, and spit dialogues in fluent Hindi. Madirakshi has shown us how to do all of that effortlessly. Presently Madirakshi is seen reprising the mythological character in Jai Hanuman Sankat Mochan Naam Tiharo, which airs on Dangal TV.
The production house reached out to Madirakshi and expressed their keen interest on casting her as Sitaji. She mentioned that the production house followed up with me diligently after she asked them to give her time to contemplate the offer. Eventually she accepted the offer. Madirakshi was finalized for her role without any audition, which according to her is quite rare in T.V. She expressed that she received the decision as a compliment. She believes that the creators of the channel have immense faith in her as an artist.
Midarakshi is a devoted Hanuman bhakt and thus she is glad and fortunate to be a part of the show, as she is a staunch Hanuman bhakt. She shares, "I visit the Hanumanji temple on Tuesdays and Saturdays."
The actress asserted that shooting for a mythological show isn't a cakewalk. Madirakshi, who has also featured in KarnSangini, Jag Janani MaaVaishno Devi and Vighnaharta Ganesh, says, "We have grown up hearing and watching stories about these characters. Given the magnanimity of these mythological characters, the audience usually pins huge expectations on actors portraying a deity based on their imagination. It is a massive responsibility."
The inspiring actor is exploring and excelling in her talent by playing divine avatars on the small screen. She wants to explore other mediums to expand her horizons as an actor. She says, "I think there are enough roles for everyone. Your choices definitely come into play when it comes to positioning yourself in the industry. OTT is also offering so many interesting and versatile opportunities. So, I would be quite happy to work in a web series made for family viewing. It is a tad difficult to find a show on OTT, which can be watched with your family."
As part of her recent ventures, Madirakshi will also feature on the popular Salman Khan's show, Bigg Boss 16.
The entertainment industry is an ocean of opportunities. Likewise, Madirakshi has had her share of learnings from the industry too. According to her luck, destiny and never really knowing what's next are the only constants. She also says that once your destiny delivers you at some place, it is up to you to work hard and deliver.