With a long string of blockbusters and accolades (including the National Film Award) to her credit, Vidya Balan is one of the most celebrated actress in Bollywood. The talented actress, who has come a long way in her career and established herself as one of the most versatile performers in the industry, Vidya, in a recent conversation opened up about her journey in Bollywood. During her media interaction, the ‘Sherni’ actress even shared her opinion on female-centric movies while claiming her ‘biggest flops’ to have male leads.
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Talking about her choices and career trajectory, Vidya told India Today, “I wasn’t seeing success because I wasn’t doing the so-called conventional films. But amongst all the films that I did, and the ones that didn’t work, the ones that weren’t female-centric films performed the worst. I had a spate of seven duds.”
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Furthermore, in the conversation, Vidya continued, “It breaks my heart to call them flops, but I had seven films that didn’t work. So, amongst those, the two films that worked the least were the ones with male heroes. So, I told myself there’s no, there’s no math to this.
It’s about a good film In my head, I decided that I should just be authentic and continue to make these choices”
Last seen in Suresh Triveni’s ‘Jalsa’ co-starring Shefali Shah, Vidya is currently working on an untitled project, which is being helmed by Shirsha Guha Thakurta She also has another project titled ‘Neeyat’ in the pipeline
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