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Aadhya Anand feels glad to play a strong character like ‘Veera’

Veteran actress Suchitra Krishnamoorthi who won accolades for her noteworthy performances in Nakul Mehta starrer ‘Never Kiss Your Best Friend’ Season 1 and John Abhhram starrer ‘Romeo Akbar Walter’ is currently seen playing a pivotal role in the finale episode of army anthology series, Bravehearts. She is playing the role of Shalini Acharya, mother of Veera Acharya (played by Aadhya Anand).

Aadhya Anand who was previously seen in a teenage drama ‘Crushed’ has surprised her viewers with a completely new avatar in her latest show. Aadhya, who is portraying the role of Lt. Veera Acharya in the last episode of the army anthology series shares how the story of Veera showcases the journey from being the daughter to her late father, Major Sanjeev Acharya to finding her calling and being the daughter of the Nation.

The story focuses on Veera, who initially believed that it is the bravery and patriotism that the country remembers and celebrates her father for, are the same things that took her father away. She is shown preparing for her NDA examinations for which she has no willingness to pass or follow in her father’s footsteps who’s last wish was for her to join the Indian armed forces. Despite her father being known as a martyr and a hero, Veera remains unaware of the love and appreciation until she discovers a hidden letter that her mother hands her over. The letter not only helps her discover herself but also helps her identify her true calling.

Actor Aadhya Anand, shares her thoughts on the role of Veera, “Veera is a new age tale of a young girl, establishing her identity while seeking her father whom she has never had a chance to grow up with. Bravehearts is a series of untold stories of valor of men and women and their families serving our country who end up sacrificing themselves only to be forgotten. I am so glad that I got to portray such a strong character like Veera which is a tribute to our defense forces.”

Veteran Actress Suchitra Krishnamoorthi says, “The storyline was very powerful to me and tugged at my heartstrings. ‘Veera’ beautifully showcases how the life of an army officer can even truly inspire the near and dear ones in the family. The respected responsibility of our soldiers is truly admirable even after they have lost their lives fighting relentlessly for the country. Bravehearts is definitely a must watch for the audience and inspired by true events which makes it even more remarkable. Being a part of Bravehearts is my way of honoring our brave martyrs.”

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