Rasathi From Oru Oorula Oru Rajakumari Give Out An Important Message On Self Confidence

In all the relationships that we make and the roles that we play, one we can be held responsible is for creating our destiny.

Ashwini as Rasathi

Rasathi from the series Oru Oorula Oru Rajakumari is someone who should be made as a role model, for many of those who lack that confidence in the self and who believe that they are not as good as the others. The character of Rasathi, in the series, is essayed by the actor Ashwini Radhakrishna who is basically a Bengaluru -based techie. Now, in an interview to a national daily Ashwini had stated that her role has given her an immense amount of confidence and exposure that she needed. It seems that now it is Ashwini’s turn to impart this confidence to others.

 

In a recent post to her Instagram page, Ashiwni has stated and divulged a bit about the importance of believing in oneself. In the series, we see the character of Rasathi struggling with her weight issues. As she is shown as a woman who is slightly on the heavier side and is married off the star kabbadi player of her village. This incident changes her life and she is seen shifting to different people in the household seeking some acceptance.

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You are enough just "YOU" are!!!

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But of late the character has undergone some changes and if you notice, Rasathi is more confident about her body type and is deft in tackling problems. One could say that this post that the actress shared could also be driven by the inspiration drawn from the character. As the message does not only ask you to believe in yourself but it also says that you are to first accept your flaws and make it your strength. Because it is only when you accept your flaws will you be able to be true to own self.

This message also becomes important because in all the relationships that we make and the roles that we play, one we can be held responsible for creating our destiny. Thus, to create something meaningful, you need to first believe in yourself.

So, what do you think of this message? Share your thoughts in the section given below.

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