Actress Samantha Akkineni went to Instagram on Friday evening to thank viewers for her positive response to her first digital project in season 2 of The Family Man. Samantha also mentioned her character as ‘Raji’s story, while fictional, for me is a tribute to the dead of an unbalanced war’.
Sharing himself on Instagram and the photo of Raj & DK Founders, the actor wrote, “Reading all the reviews and comments fills my heart with so much joy. RAJI will always be special.”
Samantha Akkineni went on to delve into the suffering of Eelam Tamils and her role in acting as Raji during The Family Man season. He wrote: “When @rajanddk approached me to make a character, I realized that Raja’s interpretation was that nature required sensitivity and balance. I was shocked and amazed by the countless problems they had, and I realized that the documentaries had only a thousand views, and then I learned how the world looked when tens of thousands of people in Eelam lost their lives, and the lakes lost their lives and their homes. * that the wounds of civil strife that continue to live in distant lands are still fresh in the heart and mind. ”
Samantha ended her message by saying that Raji’s story is “a crude reminder that is much needed to be remembered more than ever, for human beings to fight against hatred, oppression and lust”. At the end of his post, he said: “Raja’s story, though fictional to me, is a different tribute to the dead and those who continue to live in the painful memory of war. I especially liked Rai’s portrait being balanced, nuanced and sensitive. Rai’s story, more than ever. “I want it to be the memory we want to remember, to fight against hatred, oppression and greed. If we don’t do that, many others will be denied their identity, their freedom and their right to self-determination.”
In Season 2 of The Family Man, Samantha Akkinen plays a highly trained LTTE operative. Not only Samantha, but also Amazon Prime Video Manoj Bajpayee, Priyamani, Sharib Hashmi, Shreya Dhanwanthary, Sunny Hinduja, Sharad Kelkar, Darshan Kumaar, Dalip Tahil, VipinKumar A Sharma, Seema Biswas, Asif Sattar Basra, Shahab Ali, Ashlesha Th Ravindra Vijay, Devadarshini Chetan, Mime Gopi, N Alagamperumal, Anandsami and Abhay Verma.
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