“Had learned and practiced a lot from my co-actors” says Parvathy
Right from the college girl Pooja in Notebook to the nurse Sameera in Take Off, Parvathy had worked many a times with the leading actors in different industries. Parvathy being bold and straight forward readily plays the roles with her own improvisations. The actress had won a thousand minds and hearts through Moideen’s Kanchana and Charlie’s Tessa.
She had related her joyful experience of working with the co-actors recently to a news portal. “Once Nazzrudin Shah had told, it’s always great to have a good co-actor but if you get a bad one you should make it better. I am so lucky on that basis. All the actors I had to play along were brilliant ones. I had got the opportunity to learn and practice a lot from them” she said.
She continued “Every person has his own style, but what I’ve seen in plenty is the actors joking before the take and fully being the character at the instant of the take. There are a few selfish artists who talk less, comes to act and leaves soon. Someone that I’ve spotted having my same idealism towards acting and somewhat same techniques is Fahad Faasil. The others posses their own acting styles and mannerisms”
“Dulquer Salmaan’s style is much different. Kunchacko Boban has another style. Though I have not paired with Nivin pauly I have seen him acting. We had only shared screen space for a single scene in Bangalore Days. The way of working of the actors are of different kind. It’s so challenging to stand up with their performances. The way I brush up my dialogues and portray a role would not be the same always. Especially Prithviraj, as he is also a filmmaker; while I think about a character he would be thinking about it’s production!” she ended.