The Last Color actress Princy Sudhakaran plays a central role in Mumbai Diaries 26/11

By Jyothi Venkatesh

Princy Sudhakaran, one of the protagonists in Neena Gupta’s leading role ‘The Last Color’, directed by the famous chef Vikas Khanna. She can currently be seen in Mumbai Diaries 26/11 on Amazon Prime, which was released on September 9 and plays a pivotal role. Directed by director Nikkhil Advani and Nikhil Gonsalves, it stars Konkona Sensharma, Mohit Raina and others.

Princy portrays a nurse and shares roughly the same thing, she says: “I’m portraying the character of a nurse, Anju Varghese. She is kind, compassionate and a true friend – that’s how I would describe Anju. After serving many years at Bombay General Hospital, she is a person who is thoroughly dedicated to her work in the service of others. Anju plays a crucial role in the further development of the story. What happens to her has a profound effect on other characters in the hospital. “

She talks about her preparations for the role and reveals: “The table readings and my interactions with Nikhil Advani and Nikhil Gonsalves helped me a lot to understand Anju. I worked to understand the role of a nurse in a hospital. It’s an everyday job, but there is a vigilance and a sense of responsibility. My director’s passion and conviction was very contagious. His inputs on set helped me get the tone right. At that moment I concentrated on portraying Anju with sincerity. “

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“Mumbai Diaries 26/11 is about the medical profession who, under exceptional circumstances, have played a vital role in the city’s recovery. It is this perspective that makes the Mumbai Diaries narrative unique, ”she adds.


She is delighted with the awards for the show and shares “I am very happy and grateful. Everyone involved in this series has worked very hard. I get wonderful and emotional responses to my performance. People appreciate how Anju’s action moved them, which I would consider fair by empathizing with Anju. “

Commenting on her work experience on the show, she says, “I am very happy to have the opportunity to work under the direction of Nikhil Advani and Nikhil Gonsalves. I learned so much from them. As a small part of this huge series alongside such brilliant actors, every day was a new experience. Being alone on the set, watching and performing with my co-actors was like training. This series also helped me develop a deeper appreciation for our medical profession for their resilience and courage, especially in times of crisis. I am very grateful to Emmay Entertainment and Kavish Sinha for giving me this opportunity. It was an enriching and fulfilling experience that I will always cherish. “

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