Marathi blockbuster Sairat famed actress Rinku Rajguru has passed SSC class 10 exam will 66.40 per cent. The Maharashtra Class 10 examination result was announced today, on June 13.
Marathi blockbuster Sairat famed actress Rinku Rajguru (Prerana M. Rajguru), who became an instant sensation after the hit movie, passed the SSC class 10 exam will 66.40 per cent.
The actor won the 2015 National Film Award – Special Mention for her role in Sairat. The 17-year-old Rinku, as she is famously known across the state and in film circles, scored highest in Hindi (87), followed by her mother tongue Marathi (83) and English (59). Burdened with superstardom at a very tender age, Rinku couldn’t attend Jijamata Kanya Prashala School, in Akluj, Solapur, and reportedly appeared for SSCE as a private candidate.
The Maharashtra Class 10 examination result was announced today, on June 13, by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) at 1 pm.
Working from a young age
Rinku scored the lowest in Science and Technology (42), preceded by Maths (48) and Social Sciences (50), making it 66.40 per cent out of a total 500 marks, from the Pune division of MSBSHSE. In 2014, when she was a barely 14-year-old school girl, Rinku Rajguru was auditioned and selected for the plum role in Sairat by director Nagraj Manjule.
(Read: Maharashtra MSBSHSE SSC Class 10 Result 2017: Declared at mahresult.nic.in)
The film tells the riveting story of a rich, strong-willed but spoilt girl Archie (Rinku) who falls in love with a low-caste academic and sports star Akash Thosar (Parshya). Both elope to get married and have a child, but ultimately they fall victim to honour killing. The film created history as the biggest blockbuster in Marathi, crossing the Rs 100-crore collections-mark, urging the makers to reward both Rinku and Thosar with a Rs 5 crore bonus.
Sairat is now being remade in several Indian languages including Hindi (by Karan Johar), Punjabi, Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam. Rinku is expected to portray the role in some of these remakes, of which the Kannada version, Manasu Malligey, released in February 2017.