Samantha Akkineni: I need Raji’s story to be a note to us to fight hatred, Oppression, and Selfishness
In the Amazon Prime Video Family Web Series Season 2, southern Indian Actress Samantha Akkineni: I need Raji’s story to be a note to us to fight hatred, Oppression, and Selfishness plays the most talented actress of LTTE.
Actress Samantha Akkineni on Friday evening, took to Instagram to thank viewers for the positive feedback on her first digital project, The Family Man Season 2. Samantha also spoke of her character ‘Raji’s Story, although it is a myth to me, is a gift to those who die of war.’
Sharing a photo of himself with his inventors Raj & DK on Instagram, the artist addressed, “Reading all the reviews and comments fills my heart with great joy. RRAJI will always be special.”
Samantha Akkineni described the suffering of Eelam Tamils and the research conducted in Raji’s play on The Family Man Season 2. I was shocked and horrified by the indescribable problems and misery the Tamil people of Eelam went through for so long. Many lakhs have lost their lives and their homes.
Samantha concludes her message by saying that Raji’s story is a powerful reminder, more critical than ever, that we must come together as human beings to fight hatred, oppression, and selfishness.’ The last part of his message reads, “Raji’s story, although mythical, is a gift to those who die in the war of inequality, and to those who continue to live in painful memories of war.
I was unique in Raji’s expression of balance, incompetence, and compassion. We want, more than ever, to grow together as human beings to fight hatred, oppression. And greed. If we fail to do so, too many will lose their identity, freedom, and freedom to choose. “
In The Family Man Season 2, Samantha Akkineni plays the most talented company LTTE. In addition to Samantha, the Amazon Prime Video series also features 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, Ash, Vedant Sinha, Ravindra Vijay, Devadarshini Chetan, Mime Gopi, N Alagamperumal, Anandsami, and Abhay Verma.
Reading all the reviews and comments fills my heart with great joy. RRA will always be special.
When @rajanddk came to me to play this character, I knew that expressing Raji’s personality required empathy and balance. The art team shared Tamil struggle documentaries incorporating women’s stories into the Eelam war. When I looked at those texts, I was shocked and horrified by the indescribable problems and misery the Tamil people of Eelam went through for so long.
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I realized that the documents mentioned above have only a few thousand views, and that is when it came to me how the world just looked at it when tens of thousands of Elamites lost their lives. Also, many lakhs have lost their livelihood and their homes. * Many more * continue to live in distant lands with the scars of a civil war still lingering in their hearts and minds.
Raji’s story, while a myth, to me, is a gift to those who died as a result of the unequal war and to those who continue to live in the painful memories of the war. I was particularly impressed with Raji’s portrayal of being balanced, uncompromising, and empathetic. I want Raji’s story to be a vivid reminder, more vital to us than ever before, so that we can come together as human beings to fight hatred, oppression, and greed. If we fail to do so, many others will be deprived of their identity, freedom, and choice.
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