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Parvathy Thiruvothu On 'Kadak Singh': It Turned Out To Be The Most Fulfilling Experience Of My Entire Career

Parvathy Thiruvothu essays the role of a Malayali nurse in 'Kadak Singh' and she has done exceptionally well with her part. She takes care of Kadak Singh/AK Shrivastav (Pankaj Tripathi) and helps him with his different theories.

Parvathy Thiruvothu

Indian actress Parvathy Thiruvothu has made a comeback to Hindi films with Pankaj Tripathi starrer 'Kadak Singh'. Directed by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury (who is fondly called Tony Da), the psychological thriller premiered on Zee5 on December 8. The film also stars Sanjana Sanghi, Jaya Ahsan, Paresh Pahuja and Varun Buddhadev among others. The film has got rave reviews from critics and audiences alike. 

Parvathy essays the role of a Malayali nurse in 'Kadak Singh' and she has done exceptionally well with her part. She plays the pivotal role of the nurse who takes care of Kadak Singh/AK Shrivastava (Pankaj Tripathi) and helps him with his different theories.

When asked to describe the dynamic and relationship between her character and AK in the film, Parvathy shared, ''The journey with this role was truly fascinating, particularly because the character didn't pop out in the screenplay for me initially. I had my reservations, but Tony Da assured me that the character wasn't confined to the pages, rather, it was something we would build together. I've always believed in such collaborations, and having a director like Tony Da and a writer like Ritesh Shah only strengthened that belief. I'm so happy that I trusted the process because it turned out to be the most fulfilling experience of my entire career.''

She added, ''What made this role even more exciting was that the relationship was not labelled. The dynamic between a nurse and a patient is inherently one of care, but there's also a unique disconnect. It's an attachment that's hard to label, and I find it fascinating that not much is written about these seemingly fleeting relationships that leave a lasting impact. It made me reflect on the relationships we encounter in our everyday lives—the grocer, the handyman, or anyone with whom we have a transactional connection. Initially, the transaction stands out, but the trust, comfort, and unique perspective they bring to our lives are equally significant.''

The 'Qarib Qarib Singlle' actress further praising the director said, ''What's truly commendable is how Tony Da, as a director, took notice of these often-overlooked relationships and seamlessly integrated them into the screenplay and made it a pivotal part of the narrative, subtly unfolding in the background''.

''Pankaj Ji and I often mention that in many relationships, there's a label. Yet, in this one, it did not have categories. We thoroughly enjoyed creating something so beyond the conventional, and it became one of my favourite aspects of the project,'' she concluded. 

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