Purna Jagannathan is going to topline the latest feature of Megan Griffiths. The “Never Have I Ever” actress will play the role of a writer who has made a career out of “Duplus Brothers Productions” “I’ll Show You My Mine”, “Her Own Trauma Testing Career”. Diversity breaks the news.
Written by Tiffany Lewett, Elizabeth Serel and David Shields, the play features Priya (Jagannathan) sitting down to interview her nephew Nick, as a model for a new book about her history who challenged gender principles and took her penance in a very public forum. . Their incoming conversations, which took place over an intense weekend, forced each of them to reveal much more than expected and to face some of their deepest hidden secrets, ”the source said.
“It was a beautiful, collaborative journey to make this film,” Griffiths said in a statement. “We started with a great script and each member of our team contributed to creating an environment that was conducive to expressing vulnerabilities and risky performances. Many of us passed away.” I spent time on sets with Shelton and his ethics were very present during the making of this project. “
Other features of Griffiths include “Sadie,” “Lucky Theirs,” “Eden,” and “Off Hours.” “Panic,” “Trinkets,” and “Room 104” are among his small-screen credits. He directed “His Effortless Brightness”, a 2020 tribute to the late filmmaker Shelton, Griffiths’ mentor and collaborator.
“The best advice I’ve ever received is to work on understanding yourself as a person and as a filmmaker – each film is personal and the more you understand what you bring to the table, the more you can work on making a film that can only come from you. Do, ”Griffiths told us.
Dr. Nalini Vishnakumar is played by Jagannathan – AKA Devi’s mother – “Never Have I Ever”. Netflix has renewed the upcoming comedy about Indian American high school for the second season of July premiere. “We are accustomed to seeing the lives of white teenagers documented on screen. We became aware of their struggles, their main place and their inner life and portrayed them endlessly in the movie after the movie. And that teenage color doesn’t quite catch up with different things – being a teenager is something of a universal thing. But it is refreshing to see a program with teenagers of color mixing their colors and culture rather than injustice. ” Jagannathan informed the Asia Society. “The idea of a relationship in adolescence is really important, and it’s definitely stronger when it comes to adolescence.”
“Protecting Jacob,” “Big Little Lies,” and “The Night of” are some of Jagannathan’s other accomplishments.
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