The popular BBC TV Drama is back to the curtains with its next series of episodes, starring Michelle Keegan the lead role, with the story written by Tony Grounds. The film is about a poor young adult, Georgie Lane joining the British Army, posting in Kenya. The entire series casts that, Georgie, who works with the largest refugee Camp in the world which was the challenge she accepted in her life. She has to create an impression with the fellow workers and earn the trust of her commanding officer despite the frivolous shifting at Kenya. This eventually made her personal life facing unexpected consequences throughout the drama.
While interviewing Tony Grounds, the writer of the ‘new’ Our girl, he was highly delighted to answer to every point communicated. Being satisfied with his second attempt, he believes that the new series shall excite the audience due to Georgie Lanes’s expeditions to the complicated levels made the character much more flexible and brave soldier than the previous Molly, magnifying her image. Kenya and Manchester are the favourable locations for the shoot where Michelle, the medical practitioner by origin should calm down the chaos and turbulence faced by the soldiers.
The second series, in his words, has a herd of frightful new faces with Luke Pasqualino as the Special Forces Operative touring in Africa and Royce Pierreson joining the crew. They definitely charm the audience like the previous one, with great changes extremely different from old scenes. Mr. Grounds look forward to the crowd, take in hand Georgie Lane, as how Molly Dawes did before. Another enthusiastic session with Michelle Keegan was also done, and she was found to be overwhelmed with the second venture.
According to her, her character is a brave doctor, facing immense difficulties throughout, but doesn’t turn down her actions. Despite being with the fun-filled cast, the role also demanded stunts and physical involvements and she needs to do a bit more research prior to the start. Collectively, the drama again will be a crowd-puller as the crew believes.
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