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Banita Sandhu debuts in ‘Bridgerton 3’ as Miss Malhotra

Sandhu herself confirmed the news on her Instagram handle, expressing gratitude for the opportunity to delve into the world of Julia Quinn’s characters.

Banita Sandhu debuts in ‘Bridgerton 3’

By: Mohnish Singh

In an exciting development for Bridgerton fans, British-Indian actress Banita Sandhu has made her debut in the third season of Netflix’s hit period drama.

Sandhu portrays Miss Malhotra, a character introduced to the Bridgerton universe in this season, based on Julia Quinn’s beloved book series.

Banita Sandhu, known for her captivating performances in films like October and Sardar Udham, brings her unique charm and talent to the opulent world of Regency-era London.

Pictures and videos of her portrayal in the latest season have surfaced online, sparking a wave of excitement among fans.

While some were initially disappointed as Sandhu was speculated to play Sophie Beckett, her appearance as Miss Malhotra has left viewers impressed.

Sandhu herself confirmed the news on her Instagram handle, expressing gratitude for the opportunity to delve into the world of Julia Quinn’s characters.

 

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She wrote, “So grateful to have had the opportunity to immerse myself in the Bridgerton universe, being able to dress up and join the world of @juliaquinnauthor’s incredible characters. Thank you @netflix and @shondaland for a wonderful experience that I will forever cherish. Wish I could keep the costumes though ??.”

The Bridgerton series, created by Chris Van Dusen and produced by Shondaland, has garnered a massive global following since its debut in December 2020. Known for its lush visuals, intricate storytelling, and progressive casting choices, Bridgerton continues to push boundaries with its inclusive representation. The introduction of Miss Malhotra, a character of South Asian descent, is a testament to the show’s commitment to diversity.

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