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Although she's known for her spectacular performances, Vidya has hardly shared the screen with any A-list actors.
However, even at her thinnest, when she managed to lose a lot of weight, Vidya realised that she wasn’t really fully acceptable to everyone.
A close inspection might reveal some answers. Whodunits were interactive before the word was spewed by a VR glass-wearing teenager.
In this edition of Time Pass, Vidya Balan talks to us about her upcoming film Shakuntala Devi, portraying the various layers of the "human computer" in this biopic, working with Anu Menon, and more
Main Sherni, a single that was specially created for the movie Sherni, was launched online by Amazon Prime Video, ahead of the film’s release
‘I remember people telling me over a dinner - Oh my god, you don’t know how to cook,’ Vidya Balan opens up about gender bias
Vidya said everyone has faced gender bias and that we all tend to judge each other, but that “it was sharper, when it comes to women
A number of people from the industry came to honour the deceased director and console his distraught family
"I am extremely excited to play the human computer, Shakuntala Devi," says Vidya Balan about her new film
The biopic on the mathematical wizard will be helmed by Anu Menon who has directed London, Paris, New York and the Amazon Prime Original, Four More Shots Please!
It is set to release on August 15 and also stars actress Nitya Menen and Vidya Balan.
Balki is also said to be looking for three other actresses to play the leading role along with Vidya.
Helmed by National Award-winning actress Vidya Balan, the film brings to screen the story of Shakuntala Devi, who was known as ‘human-computer’.
The actor who appeared on Komal Nahata's show Starry Nights2.Oh! also revealed that among heroes, she likes Varun Dhawan
Sridevi asked Boney to make it possible after she worked with Ajith in English Vinglish, and before her untimely death last year they decided to make a Tamil remake of Pink.
Vidya Balan is our go-to girl for inspiration this week, as she plays a scientist in the film Mission Mangal, while showing us how she keeps that smile glowing
Vidya Balan speaks about her character Mira Rao in Neeyat, working with director Anu Menon, and other fun facts about the film.
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