Priya’s ‘world is finished,’ according to Emmerdale’s Fiona Wade, after a terrible burn injury.
EXCLUSIVE: Fiona Wade, who plays Priya Sharma in the ITV soap Emmerdale, has spoken out about the impact of the explosive survival week on Priya’s life, revealing that her ‘world is over.’
Emmerdale actress Fiona Wade, who plays Priya Sharma in the Dales, has acknowledged that Priya’s ‘world is finished’ after she suffered a catastrophic injury during super soap week.
Priya was one of the organizers of the survival week event that saw serial killer Meena Jutla murder Andrea Tate in cold blood.
Priya was lost and anxious to escape when a section of flaming foliage fell on her back when a fire broke out in the maize labyrinth at the heart of the event.
And it’s evident that her path to recovery will be long, since she learned this week that an infection in her incision will necessitate yet another skin graft surgery.
Actress Fiona Shaw told Brinkwire and other newspapers that Priya’s world will never be the same again.
“Everyone has been pushed away by Priya. She’s obviously alone, and she’s in shock – it’s as if her entire life has come crashing down around her “She confessed.
And it is this lack of control that is causing Priya’s mental health to deteriorate.
Fiona explained, “She’s completely out of control with everything.” “It’s almost as if everything was fine one day and then everything changed the next, and I believe that’s where she’s at.” Fiona went on to say: “It reminds me of the stages of grieving. Priya is currently pushing everyone away and is enraged by the circumstance; she doesn’t understand why this is happening to her.” Priya’s brother, Jai, is similarly hesitant to tell her the whole truth about what happened in the maze, according to her.
“When she finds out, she becomes enraged and believes that everyone is lying to her,” Fiona explained.
“If it were up to Priya, she’d shut herself up and not see anyone for a time.”
However, Fiona admitted that Priya needs her family – and new lover Ellis – with her as she recovers from her burns, despite the fact that love in Emmerdale seldom flows smoothly.
Ellis is “carrying a lot of guilt” over what transpired in the maze, according to Fiona.
“It’s one of those situations where I want audiences to exclaim, “Oh my God!” when something unexpected happens every time they get together.
“Priya’s recovery is really challenging. The news is summarized by Brinkwire.