The actor, who plays new character Edwina Sharma in season two of Netflix’s period drama, said minority actors inevitably feel pressure to represent their entire community.
Bridgerton star Charithra Chandran has said that regarding minority actors as onscreen box-tickers is “unbelievably invalidating”.
The new series will see the Bridgerton family’s eldest son, Viscount Anthony Bridgerton, caught up in a love triangle between Kate Sharma, played by Simone Ashley, and her sister Edwina (Chandran).
“When you are a minority you invariably feel the weight of representing your entire community.
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