Mona Singh, acclaimed for her role as Pammi in the newly released horror comedy Munjya, discussed the film's box office reception. Munjya, directed by Aditya Sarpotdar and steeped in Marathi folklore, features Sharvari, Abhay Verma, and Sathyaraj alongside Singh. She expressed, 'This Indian folklore was previously unexplored. I'm delighted and touched by the audience's affection for my character Pammi and the film itself. It's rewarding to see the impact of the movie, drawing substantial crowds to theaters.'

Mona also noted the success of low-budget films in cinemas, referencing 12th Fail and Laapataa Ladies, and said, 'Films with smaller budgets, such as 12th Fail and Laapataa Ladies, have excelled at the box office. Now, Munjya is receiving similar accolades for its content. I'm thankful to the audience for their enduring support and recognition of my acting choices.'

The film narrates the tale of a mythical being causing chaos in Bittu's life, portrayed by Abhay Verma. Mona portrays Pummy, a single, hardworking mother intensely protective of Bittu.