'I don't like depriving myself of the good things in life'
She is being tagged the lady Khan of Bollywood, what with both her last releases doing exceptionally well at the BO. But actor Vidya Balan says that she isn't taking all these tags very seriously. "I'm just too happy when I hear these kinds of compliments and they make me realise that I'm on the right track. However, I don't get carried away as I don't want to fly high and be overconfident," says Vidya.
The actor is not only said to be a trendsetter in terms of her choice of films, but also praised for bringing curves back in fashion. "I don't like depriving myself of the good things in life. I never diet or anything. I feel as Indian women we all are endowed with an exotic and fuller f
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Post her two back-to-back hits, the actor is currently enjoying her time off from work with family and loved ones.
She adds, "I have been working non-stop for quite sometime, due to which I have not really been able to spend any quiet family time with my folks. I feel it's very important to be able to spend time with people who are close to your heart and I am doing exactly that. Also, in this time that I've taken off before starting work on Ghanchakkar, I wish to utilise it to learn a new language."
‘I consider myself a proud Mumbaikar’
After making audiences go Oh La La, Vidya is now all set to make them groove to her Lavani item number in the forthcoming film Ferrari Ki Sawaari. “Whenever I used to watch these Lavani performers, I’d always look forward to the sensuous expressions the dancers displayed. And I always wanted to do a number myself in a Marathi film. In fact, when one such opportunity came up, I was unfortunately not free, as I was tied up shooting for my other film. Now, I’m not really a dancer. However, despite that, this offer came to me. It’s then that I realised that when you want something, the entire universe conspires in helping you to achieve it. Also, this song is my ode to the city Mumbai, as I consider myself a proud Marathi mulgi and a Mumbaikar,” she says.
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