12th Fail and Laapataa Ladies relatability code cracked by Big Girls Don't Cry actress Dalai; deets inside - Exclusive

Tellychakkar got in touch with the actor where we asked her about her character. The actor also talked about the relatability that audiences find with stories and characters.
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MUMBAI: Big Girls Don't Cry is an Amazon Prime series that needs all the attention as the series takes us through a story of friendship, love and all the teenage drama but from a unique lens where instead of just a feel good factor, the show is sure to intrigue you and also motivate you at times.

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The seven-episode series is created by Nitya Mehra and stars Aneet Padda, Lhakyila, Akshita Sood, Afrah Sayed, Avantika Vandanapu, Vidushi, Dalai, Angelika Sawney and many more. A lot of different characters make a really interesting story here.

Talking about one of the actors from the cast, Dalai, who plays the character of Pluggy, has given an amazing performance. The actor is sure in for a long run after this as she has a bright future in the industry.

Tellychakkar got in touch with the actor where we asked her about her character. The actor also talked about the relatability that audiences find with stories and characters.

When asked about her character, Dalai replied by saying that she plays the character of Anandita Rawat aka Pluggy, a young girl who doesn't know exactly what she is looking for, has many ideas about what she thinks she wants but is currently focused at changing her life. She's not the best at sports or academics but is an amazing writer. Throughout the journey, we see how she gets all the love from people around her and she feels the need to prove herself but in the end she realises that she only has to prove something to herself. A lot of young girls will relate to this character.

When talking about how things related to the audience, Dalai said, "I think that comes from any story, which is why I think there are stories which are doing so well lately like 12th Fail and Laapataa Ladies. They are so specific in terms of their storytelling and it's through that specificity that you find relatability. Everybody I think runs around trying to write a story that'll appeal to as many people as possible or you know trying to find these algorithms that tell you what most people are interested in online but what people forget that human experience is the only algorithm that makes ang sense and it's when you tell specific stories you care about is when relatability happens. Big Girls Don't Cry, nobody has seen a story like that but it's done well and people have related to it and have loved it because it's a specific story."

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This was our conversation with Dalai from Big Girls Don't Cry. Have you watched it yet? Tell us your views in the comment section below.

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