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National Award-winning actor Rinku Rajguru scores 82% in Maharashtra HSC exam


PUNE: With the Maharashtra HSC examination results announced on Tuesday, many eyes have been on the performance of 1 student - the National Award-winning heroine Prerana 'Rinku' M. Rajguru.

And the superhit movie "Sairaat" actress scored big - even within the Class 12 board exams - securing an outstanding 533/650, or 82 p.c, in all her seven subjects.


Her marksheet showed that she scored 54 in English, 86 each in Marathi and History, 98 in Geography, 83 in Political Science and 77 in Economics (all out of 100) and 49 out of 50 in Environment Education.

The total state passing percentage was once 85.88 p.c this year.

In her debut movie, "Sairat", Rinku steadily mentioned: "Can't you understand Marathi? Want me to say in English?", however paradoxically, in real life, she scored the bottom in English.

An external student of the Arts faculty, Rinku grew to become heads when she appeared, at the side of 1.five million other scholars within the state, for the the most important HSC 2019 exams in February.

She had cleared her SSC (Class 10) exams with 66.four p.c in 2017, and has now advanced upon her previous performance within the state boards.

Rinku was once already a countrywide superstar with the super-success of the romantic tragedy "Sairaat" (2016) and her goals of becoming a doctor crashed as she attained her youngest "superstar" status that point.

However, she didn't drop out and persisted her SSC and HSC as an external student and even plans to review until her post-graduation.

It was once at a possibility assembly with Mumbai-based two-time National Award winning director Nagraj Manjule, 42, that the then 13-year-old Prerana alias 'Rinku' was once selected for the position of 'Aarchi' in "Sairat", which proved to be a blockbuster, growing and breaking many records.

The movie - in which a rich Rinku was once noticed riding a tractor and zooming on a motorcycle along with her pauper boyfriend Akash Thosar, 24, - was once about how they elope however get caught, live on various tragedies in their love life, get married and feature youngsters, however all in the end results in a tragedy as each are hacked to dying.

The Marathi movie accrued numerous awards and honours, and became a unprecedented native movie to move the Rs five crore mark, then broke the Rs 10 crore mark and has now set a new benchmark for regional motion pictures, breaching the Rs 110 crore membership.


The movie has already been remade in other Indian languages like Hindi, Bengali, Odia, Kannada and Punjabi but even so being dubbed in numerous languages.


Rinku was once noticed in a starkly other position in her 2d Marathi movie "Kagar" which launched in April 2019.


--IANS


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