Parvathy says Each character has made me better human being
Parvathy says Each character has made me better human being : Actress Parvathy won her maiden Kerala State Film Award for her performance as Kanachanamala in Ennu Ninte Moideen and Tessa in Charlie. Both the roles were as different as chalk and cheese with the former inspired by a real-life character who waited for 30 years to be reunited with her love and the latter seeing her as a free-spirited, urban girl chasing a mysterious character.
Ask her if she holds the two roles close to her heart because of the win and Parvathy tells us, “I have done 17 films and each character is close to me as they have taught me how to be a better actor and human being. It’s my way of understanding humanity better. That’s the kind of growth I am looking for, than awards or box office hits. But when such things come around, these characters get immortalised.”
Parvathy’s last movie was Bangalore Natkal, the Tamil remake of Bangalore Days that had her playing a paraplegic RJ, Sarah, who never let her disability come in the way of finding joy in life.