NPR's Asma Khalid recently sat down with actress Maitreyi Ramakrishnan to discuss the final season of the popular Netflix series "Never Have I Ever". Over three seasons, viewers have watched Ramakrishnan's character, Devi Vishwakumar, evolve and grow through the challenges of adolescence.

"Never Have I Ever" follows the life of Devi, a first-generation Indian American teenager, as she navigates high school and relationships. From the outset, Devi is a flawed but relatable character, struggling to balance her cultural identity, family expectations, and personal desires.

Throughout the series, Devi is accompanied by her two best friends, the awkward but lovable Fabiola and the confident and stylish Eleanor. The three girls support each other through all the ups and downs of adolescence, and their friendship is a central theme of the show.

One of the standout aspects of "Never Have I Ever" is its representation of diverse characters. The show tackles issues of race, gender, sexuality, and mental health in a way that feels authentic and relatable. Ramakrishnan's portrayal of Devi is nuanced and compassionate, and she brings a level of authenticity to the character that resonates with viewers.

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