Margaret Kariuki Wanjiku, a Kenyan actress, has made a successful debut in the Indian film industry with her feature in the new TV series "Happy Family Conditions Apply."
The show premiered on March 10 and is set to release two new episodes every Friday until March 31.
Margaret plays the character of Kwamboka, a key role in the family's chaotic dynamics, in the series that depicts the clash between traditional and modern values.
The series has received critical acclaim and is celebrated as an intersection of Kenyan and Indian cultures.
Margaret's journey to this point began in 2020 when she began her acting career.
She featured as Yvonne in a local TV series called "Uriru Wa Wendo" in 2021.
Her latest role as Kwamboka in "Happy Family Conditions Apply" has received high praise from critics, who note her ability to seamlessly blend into the ensemble cast.
The opportunity to feature in "Happy Family Conditions Apply" came after Hats Off Production, one of India's oldest production houses, received her audition.
Margaret's journey was not an easy one, as she had to go through multiple auditions and interviews before landing the role.
In an interview, Margaret expressed her excitement about being part of the project and working with a talented cast and crew.
Margaret's performance has been hailed as a testament to her talent and dedication by Aatish Kapadia, the director of the show.
She shares the screen with notable Bollywood stars such as Ayesha Jhulka, Atul Kurkarni, Raj Babbar, Ratna Pathak Shah, and Sanar Kapur.
Margaret's success in the Indian film industry is an honor for Kenya, as it allows the country to showcase its talent on an international platform.
Margaret hopes that audiences will enjoy the film as much as they enjoyed making it.
Margaret is married to an Indian man called Atul Kumar, but little is known about her family background.
She has come a long way in a short time, and her talent promises to take her even further in the entertainment industry.