Mina is an Indian woman with a swarthy complexion, black hair, and large grey eyes. She wears a red bindi and gold jewelry, consisting of a choker and hoop earrings. She dresses in a simple, dark-pink sari, wearing a light-pink shawl over it.
Mina, who previously tended to Soma Asman Kadar, was described by him as a kind, cheerful maidservant, who loved him and spent time with him when his parents ignored him. However, when he reunites with her in England, Mina reveals that she had left Soma out of her own volition to become a "rich wife." She is, in actuality, a very rude and self-centered individual, who is primarily concerned with her own interests, benefits, and desires.
In the anime, Mina's self-centered traits are more amplified, as she appears to have little interest in Harold West Jeb, her husband; she has stated that she is willing to use as many men as possible in order to climb higher on the social ladder.
Indian Butler Arc
At the end of the curry fair, Mina runs to comfort Harold West Jeb, whose company has lost to the Funtom Corporation. Soma Asman Kadar bursts out of his disguise, and hugs her, declaring that she does not have to be worried anymore and that they can return home together. Mina calls him an idiot who is just getting in her way. She explains that she went through great lengths to escape India so she would not have to be bound to her low social class. She states that her choice to go with Harold is simple that even a child could comprehend it; it is the decision of whether to remain as an ordinary cook or become a wealthy wife. Mina states that she is sick of looking after a selfish master like Soma. Soma apologizes for not understanding her feelings before, and thanks her for everything she has done for him.
Later in an alley, Mina consoles a distraught Harold, assuring him that they can try again. Lau approaches them, and says that while Ciel would let them go, he cannot let such rats infest his city; thus, he keeps a "cat." Ran-Mao emerges from behind, and Mina and Harold scream while she swings one of her clubs. They are assumed to have been killed by Ran-Mao.
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- "Sorry for not wanting to live my life bound to my social class!"
- "Even a child could understand which is better, being an ordinary cook or a rich wife."
- "I'll climb higher and higher, using as many men as I can on the way!"
- ↑ Kuroshitsuji manga, Chapter 17, page 30
- ↑ Kuroshitsuji manga, Chapter 22, page 8
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 Kuroshitsuji anime; Episode 15
- ↑ Kuroshitsuji manga; Chapter 22, pages 3-13
- ↑ Kuroshitsuji manga; Chapter 22, pages 28-29
- ↑ Kuroshitsuji manga; Chapter 22, page 7
- ↑ Kuroshitsuji manga; Chapter 22, page 8
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