Parvathy Nair’s debut in Tamil film, Yennai Arindhaal, saw her in a bold role with negative shades. She went on to be a part of critically acclaimed films — Uttama Villain and Maalai Nerathu Mayakkam. The actress is awaiting the release of Koditta Idangalai Nirappuga, directed by R Parthiepan.
Speaking to DC, an excited Parvathy says, “I play a simple, homely woman, who has complex emotions. I had to put on weight for this film and playing this role was quite challenging. KIN has an unexpected climax which will surprise the audience. I am a little nervous about the reception of the film. So far, the trailers and teasers have received positive responses and I am looking forward to it.”
Elaborating on her equation with Parthiepan, she shares, “He gave me confidence and explored my acting calibre. The film was wrapped up in a month and there was no time for rehearsals. Also, there was no prompter on the sets. I thought I wouldn’t be able to pull this off, but towards the end of the shoot I could memorise the dialogues on the spot and deliver it with the right emotion. One of the greatest developments is that I was able to learn better Tamil.”
Parvathy claims that she discovered herself in the process of acting. “Of course, the film’s success will determine other things, but I was able to discover myself and believe that I can pull off more challenging roles,” she sums up.