When asked Mouni whether she is judging Bright Perfect Achievers Awards to that, Mouni said, “No… I am not judging anybody and I am very glad it’s very nerve wrecking job to judge but I am just glad that I could be a part of this evening. It was nice of them to call me today.”
Talking about her New Year resolutions, Mouni said, “Every year, I take many New Year resolutions but never able to fulfill them but anything I would like to correct would be being a little less emotional”
When asked what according to her definition of a perfect woman, Mouni said, “Perfect woman to me is to be yourself, to be however she wants to be in terms of freedom of speech and their behavior. I don’t think God has made any of us be ugly, too skinny, too fat, too intelligent or too dumb. I feel we all are perfect in our ways and I don’t think we need to seek acceptance from anybody. If you accept yourself, if you are happy with the person you are then you are perfect”
‘Gold’is a biopic based on the life of hockey player Balbir Singh Sr., who was on the team that won the first Olympic medal for India as a free nation in 1948.
Arjuna Award winner and former Indian national team captain, Sandeep Singh, was signed to train the actors to improve their hockey skills. A lot of the shooting is being done in Yorkshire and the Midlands, England.
Gold is directed by Reema Kagti and produced Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar’s Excel Entertainment.
It is slated to release on 15 August 2018.