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Michelle Austin was “surprised” by the tragic turn of this Is Going to Hurt

Note: This article contains a discussion of suicide and suicidal ideation that may concern some readers.

This article also contains spoilers to “It Will Hurt”.

So far It will hurt currently being broadcast on BBC One, those who have already watched all seven series will know that it ends on a shockingly tragic note that none of us expected.

At the end of the penultimate episode of the show, we learn that Shruti (Ambika Maud) decided to commit suicide after suffering from depression caused by severe stress that arose in a junior doctor – a story that starred “It Will Hurt” Michelle Austin is considered “heartfelt.”

This was stated by the actor who plays Tracy in the show RadioTimes.com in an exclusive interview that she was “captivated” by Fashion’s performance in the comedy-drama.

Asked how she managed to balance funny scenes with devastating moments such as Shruti’s death, Austin said: “There’s so much information and thanks to Adam’s success [Kay’s] book, there are so many other books about working at the NHS. So I read a book about a midwife.

“The pace at which they are working is unfortunately a lot of suicides, depression and PTSD because they are making decisions about life or death.

“So how did we handle it? Being absolutely in reality, you know it works at the end of the day. So you have to imagine what it looks like. And statistics show that it’s not unusual, unfortunately it’s really hard training ”.

She went on to describe Mod’s latest scenes as Shruti, adding, “I mean Ambika is as scary as Shruti.

“Obviously I was with her in the scenes, and now looking at it, I’m really impressed with her. I just think it’s an incredible performance. “

She continued, “She’s so sick. She’s so sweet. So it wasn’t hard – it wasn’t hard to go there with things.”

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Michelle Austin was “surprised” by the tragic turn of this Is Going to Hurt

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