The actor was last seen in Avrodh: The Siege Within.
Last Updated: 08.43 AM, Nov 19, 2022
Madhurima Tuli will be in the upcoming movie Tehran. She was also seen on the big screen in the Bollywood movie Baby, where she played Akshay Kumar's wife. It marks the actor's long-awaited comeback to the movies. In Tehran, an action thriller that is being produced by Dinesh Vijan, she will play the wife of John Abraham.
In a statement, Madhurima explained why Tehran was the ideal film for her to return to, saying she was ecstatic and pleased when she did Baby. The actor even had certain offers that she personally turned down. Playing this character is a step back into the industry. awaiting more such excellent roles. She feels things should now continue to move forward, as someone said. The actor said that one never knows when a modest part might grow into something important, and this seemed like a fantastic project to me.
When pressed to explain her part in the film, Madhurima responded by saying that she plays the wife of the police officer in the movie. It revolves around how the police officer's life is constantly in danger and how he works while his wife remains home to spend time alone with the children. They have a link whereby they are there for one another, and her character constantly worries that she might lose him, yet she still stands strong for the family.
Speaking about her co-stars, the actor said that with John, she had some lovely recollections. Madhurima called him a wonderful person, and it was fun to shoot with him. It was a pleasure for her to work with him because he is a joy to be around on set and is incredibly diligent and humble.
She will be sharing screen time with Manushi Chhillar as well, and Madhurima thinks she's a lovely person who is incredibly nice and caring. Even though they only had a few scenes to work with, it was fun to work with and talk to the former Miss World.
Madhurima, who has also worked in the television industry, claims that she prefers and equally appreciates both movies and TV.