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Mindy Kaling and Maitrey Ramakrishnan discuss how they grew up with the characters of Never Have I Ever

NeverDevi Vishwakumar can be one of the most difficult characters on TV, and Mindy Kaling knows it. 

Drama Queen Devi (played by Maitrey Ramakrishnan, a breakthrough role for Mississauga actors) leaps between boyfriends, best friends, and family dramas as she plays 10 proved to be a comedy of the one of Netflix's most popular shows since it premiered in 2020It was radically different from school dramas and . Rom-com.

Because almost every choice Devi makes makes you want to scream.

"I think that's what makes the character so cinematic and really fun," co-creator Kaling told her CBC News. . around Boston. "It's much more fun to watch someone who believes in themselves and makes big mistakes than someone who doesn't want to expose themselves. It was like me."

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Never Have I Ever co-creator Mindy Kaling is the star of the show. It describes how we see ourselves in our characters, like Devi Vishwakumar, who is , but not at all, like Kelly Kapoor. Her character in the office.

Kaling is well aware that for some fans of the show, Devi's wild and impulsive decisions will make them want to tear their hair out. Both are ambitious, decisive, and "big hard workers" who want to own the world. 

According to Karin, the difference is that Self-confidence and an often destructive but always interesting identity as a "enthusiast."

"So it's really fun to see this talented actress play her," Karin said. The actor has grown up

In Never Have I EverDevi's blunders go wild and fast, especially with the show's new season, which premieres today on Netflix. Devi returns to Sherwood again to her Oakes High School, Paxton Hall where she again struggles to choose between Yoshida (Darren Barnett) and Ben Gross (Jarren Lewisohn), her mother Poona and her Jaganathan Nalini. and butted heads again. Vishwakumar. 

And the mother's performance in Jaganathan's masterclass desperately tries to figure out how best to support teenagers, and teenagers want help. No, butI Everand their actors have grown up. 

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Mississauga's Maitreya Ramakrishnan plays Devi girlfriend Vishwakumar in Never Have I Ever. Her character is chosen from her two boys, whom her fans call "team her Ben." Or "Team Paxton". When asked who she would choose, the actor says she is "the proud prime minister of Team Devi." Although it reads like an edition (try to track down whether Kamala leans towards Prashant, Steve or Manish. What about Eleanor and Fabiola? Malcolm quarrels over a text sent to Isabella, or Devi There are more serious themes running just below the surface (such as whether Aneetha will hook up with Ben after rumors that she told Cilla outright at the school's all-night marathon). 

Karin based the show primarily on her own teenage years, but also incorporated her experience of losing her mother in 2012. Her own, her father—Never Done was built again in her final episode, tempting you with comedy and hitting her over the head with tragedy.

Only this time does the show finally seem to get to the heart of its characters. (because it's planning to end), but there are still laughs, but the series about teenage insecurities finally finds its protagonist at the root of her own problems. 

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Artists in this country.

After two years of her trying desperately to hide her grief for her father over her popularity and relationships, at the end of Season 3 Devi tearfully sighed at her. I asked my mother: Because I always have too much. '' 

Nalini's answer to that question, and Devi's reaction to it, not only shows the growth of the show, but also shows both the problems and opportunities of Young Adult television for her. If you embrace the real pains and mistakes of growing up, you let the characters mature with the viewer while watching the cast do the same. 

"That's why we do shows with young actors. It's so bittersweet to see the end of the journey," Karin said. "It's emotional. And it's you — you hope you didn't hurt these young people for the rest of your life."

Ramakrishnan — when she was 17 Never got a star role in — says she looked the same way. , I could see footage that was like a little reel that was shot," she said. "And I looked at it and was like, 'Wow, this kid has grown up, just like this character.' I think I've grown up'.

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Actor Maitreyi Ramakrishnan has many ideas for her future, but always wants to. I mean, she's as challenging as the lead role she plays on the show. Since his debut with

Never Have I Ever, Ramakrishnan has also made other films such as My Little Pony: Make Your Mark . It has played several roles. She starred in the Netflix special and the Toronto-based Pixar film Turning Her Red — but she's adamant about how she wants her career to proceed from here. mouth shut. 

What she says. She feels a responsibility to increase representation of South Asian actors and culture, and hopes to continue playing characters as complex as Devi. , whether it's a hero or a villain, it's about taking a character that has that hero's journey, that has a character arc, they have depth and a story, because Mindy is a great gift to me with Devi. 

"Why would you want to take a character under that?"

South Asian Talent Brings Karin Back to Canada

For Karin, her future has many ties to Canada. into a series for Amazon Studios, and continues to work with Canadian actor Amrit Kaul on  Sex Lives of College Girls,There will be one final season of Never Have I Ever and it will be released with Ramakrishnan.

Kaling says the reason she keeps coming back to Canada and Canadian creators is because of the diverse South Asian talent. 

"Something special is happening," Karin said. "And I feel so lucky to have access to it. Yes, thank you, Canada."

For Ramakrishnan, the answer is a little simpler. 

"We're all just chillin', sipping maple her syrup, lounging in Toronto, waiting for our chance," she said. "We are just vibrating."