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‘Bridgerton 2’ star Charithra Chandran visits a temple in Tamil Nadu; sharing travel photos

Bridgerton 2 Charitra Chandran surely uses his time to visit his hometown in Tamil Nadu, India. The British actor recently visited Airavatesvara Temple in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu and shared glimpses of it on his social media. She also revealed her favorite traditional Tamil dish and how she can just make a living from it.

Charithra Chandran recently took to her Instagram to share a glimpse of her trip to India. In the first photo, the actor shared a close-up of herself wearing a pink kurti. She ditched makeup and applied a red Tilak to her forehead. Chandran then shared some candid snaps from his visit, which included a photo of the Airavatesvara Temple, a cow, a tiffin center and a traditional Tamil delicacy. Her last photo showed what appeared to be her friends and family with whom she visited the temple. In caption, she wrote “2022” and added the tricolor emoji.

Several fans reacted to Chandran’s post and praised her for staying rooted in her background as well as her simplicity. One fan wrote, “Thank you for keeping it real! Love it!”, while another wrote, “Love how you own your roots and culture.” An Instagram user also wrote, “I love how simple and real you are.” His Bridgerton 2 Co-star Jonathan Bailey also reacted to the post with a pink heart emoji.

Taking to his IG Stories, Chandran shared a photo of his favorite traditional Tamil food, Kothu Parotta. In the caption, she wrote, “This is my all time favorite dish! I once ate Kothu parotta 30 days in a row.” The actor further asked his fans to try it out.

Learn more about Charithra Chandran

Charithra Chandran rose to fame in India after landing the role of Season Diamond Edwina Sharma in the Netflix period drama Bridgerton Season 2. Chandran was born into a Tamil family in Scotland. After his parents separated, Chandran lived with his grandparents in Tamil Nadu and later returned to England when he was four years old.

Photo: Instagram/@charithra17