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“Raising my hand at Harleen was the most difficult scene for me”: Suvinder Vicky from Netflix’s Kohrra

Kohrra will start streaming on Netflix from July 15.

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Suvinder Vicky and Harleen Sethi from Netflix’s Kohrra

Netflix’s upcoming series Kohrra is set to immerse its viewers in a world where emotions run deep, secrets unravel, and dysfunctional families and love are put to the test. Set against the backdrop of Punjab where an NRI is murdered just before his wedding, the series weaves a narrative that resonates with authenticity and rawness. Among the talented cast, Suvinder Vicky, known for his outstanding acting prowess, takes on the challenging role of Balbir, a cop-character who is set out to solve a murder mystery while dealing with his complicated personal life.  As a disturbed father with a troubling past, Suvinder not only needed to own the mannerisms and body language of a policeman, but also slip into the skin of a man with conflicting and layered sentiments.

Within this emotionally charged narrative, Suvinder’s character shines through as he navigates the highs and lows of a father-daughter relationship, complexities of love, as well as the consequences of decisions he made in the face of adversity. In keeping with his commitment to authenticity, Suvinder went a step further to tap into his intense emotions to bring out a natural performance that is compelling on-screen. But these heavy-duty performances are never without its challenges!

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Opening up about the difficulties he faced while portraying Balbir, Suvinder Vicky shares that there were a few demanding scenes that required him to channel his intense emotions to appear natural. He shares, “The first one was when I had to raise my hand at Harleen. Before shooting this scene, I apologized to her in case I hurt her in the process.” He added, “The second was my wife’s flashback scene. We had to be in the moment, a bit unstable and truly immersed in our characters. To make it appear natural, we even grew our nails to depict our state of mind and agreed in advance that if there were any unintended injuries, we would apologize to each other. The intensity demanded by the scene pushed us completely in the moment.

Such scenes, though emotionally demanding and challenging, hold a great significance in depicting the essence of such a strong character. With its gripping storyline and skilled cast, Kohrra is sure to keep viewers engaged as the plot gradually unwinds and clandestine secrets are revealed.

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