Samantha Akkineni’s portrayal of Raji of the LTTE in Family Man Season 2 has won many minds and hearts as for her character’s brilliance, brainstorming and bravery. She intelligently takes on the facts of the situation and always stands up against oppression and exploitation in the best of her capacity and conduct.
So what if Srikant Tiwari was the blue-eyed boy of the script, fully living up to his expectations without any ifs and buts? He is dry honest for his tasks, duties and responsibilities as an intelligence unit officer. If season one had Musa, then season two has Raji, who is assertive and authoritative with her pleas and pledges.
Consciously and carefully, her expressions through statements and selections make the viewers admire and adore her. The role has been fittingly dedicated to the innumerable women rebels of the LTTE who have suffered a loss of reputation, pride and dignity while seeking justice, as justice delayed is justice denied. Secessionism, then, ends up becoming their last straw.