|Famous Role||Yamuna in the Marathi film ‘Nude’ (2018)
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 165 cm
in meters- 1.65 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 5”
|Date of Birth||24 May 1989 (Wednesday)|
|Age (as of 2020)||31 Years|
|College/University||National School of Drama, New Delhi LinkedIn|
|Relationships & More|
|Parents||Father- Vishwas Mulay
Mother- Name Not Known
|Siblings||She has one elder sister.
Some Lesser Known Facts About Kalyanee Mulay
- Kalyanee Mulay is an Indian theater artist and film actress.
- While she was in college, she acted in various Hindi and Marathi theatre plays.
- She started her career as a theatre artist and has performed in many Marathi and Hindi theatre plays.
- Kalyanee has co-founded an Indian theatre group ‘Process TheaterZ’ in 2012.
- She has appeared in a few Marathi short films such as ‘Sunrise’ (2014) and ‘Vilag’ (2014).
- She has also acted in many Marathi films like ‘Ringan and Ribbon’ (2017), ‘The Quest’ (2017), ‘Nude’ (2018), and ‘Me Pan Sachin’ (2019). In an interview, while talking about her role in the Marathi film ‘Nude’ (2018), she said,
It was a psychosomatic experience to say the least. And it took a toll on me — both physically and mentally. Firstly, I had to accept my body in its raw form; only then will I be able to convince others. That’s why I had to do away with the regressive notions.”
- In 2019, she received many awards for her film ‘Nude’ (2018) like “Majjedaar Kalakaar of The Year Award” (Female) at Majja Digital Awards and “Sanskruti Kala Darpan Award.”
- She appeared in the Hotstar web-series ‘Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors’ in 2020.
- She loves doing artwork and travelling to different places in her leisure time.
- She owns a pet dog named Illa and a pet cat named Poocho Begum.
- Kalyanee has learnt nine emotions of a human being i.e., Navarasa through acting from her guruji G. Venu Jee.
- She is a religious person and has a deep faith in goddess Kaali.
- As per her Facebook profile, one of her favourite quotes is,
I must be a mermaid. I have no fear of depths and a great fear of shallow living.”