Princy Sudhakaran who was one of the protagonists in Neena Gupta starrer ‘The Last Color’ directed by well-known chef Vikas Khanna - Jyothi Venkatesh
Currently, she is seen in Mumbai Diaries 26/11 on Amazon Prime released on 9th September playing a pivotal role.
Helmed by director Nikkhil Advani and Nikhil Gonsalves, it stars Konkona Sensharma, Mohit Raina and others.
Princy is seen portraying a Nurse and sharing about the same she says,"I portray the character of a nurse, Anju Varghese.
She is kind, compassionate and a true friend- that's how I would describe Anju. Having served many years at Bombay General Hospital, she is someone who is thoroughly committed to her work in serving others.
Anju plays a critical role in taking the story forward. What happens with her deeply impacts other characters in the hospital."
Sharing about her preparations for the role, she reveals,"The table readings, my interactions with both Nikhil Advani and Nikhil Gonsalves helped me a lot to understand Anju.
I worked on understanding the role a nurse plays in a hospital. It is a mundane job but there is an alertness and a sense of responsibility to it.
My director's passion and conviction was very contagious. His inputs on set supported me in getting the note right. I focused on portraying Anju with sincerity at that moment."
"Mumbai Diaries 26/11 is about the medical fraternity, who played a crucial role under extraordinary circumstances to help the city recover. It is this perspective that makes Mumbai Diaries narrative unique," she adds.
She is elated on receiving accolades for the show and shares,"I am very happy and grateful.
Everyone associated with this series has worked very hard. I am receiving wonderful and emotional responses for my performance.
People are appreciating how Anju's storyline moved them, which I would consider as doing justice in making them empathize with Anju."
Talking about her working experience in the show, she says,"I am very fortunate to have the opportunity to work under the guidance of Nikhil Advani and Nikhil Gonsalves.
I learnt so much from them. Being a small part of this massive series alongside such brilliant actors, everyday was a new learning.
Just being on set, observing my co actors, performing alongside them was like undergoing training.
This series also helped me develop deeper appreciation for our medical fraternity for their resilience and grit, especially at times of crises.
I am very thankful to Emmay Entertainment, to Kavish Sinha for giving me this opportunity. It was an enriching and fulfilling experience that I will always cherish."