Vidya Balan: “I can’t change who I am but I still find the way”

Vidya Balan: “I can’t change who I am but I still find the way”

Vidya Balan: “I can’t change who I am but I can still find my way” – Deets Inside (Pic Credit: Instagram / balanvidya)

Vidya Balan repeatedly challenges Bollywood stereotypes with her roles, living her characters with powerful performances. The actor says it wasn’t something he consciously did.

Since making her Bollywood debut with “Parineeta” in 2005, Vidya has captivated Hindu audiences with her work on “Bhool Bhulaiyaa”, “No One Killed Jessica”, “The Dirty Picture”, “Paa”, “Films”. Kahaani, “Ishqiya,” “Mission Mangal,” “Tumhari Sulu,” and “Shakuntala Devi.” Next, “Newton” will be seen in Maker Amit Masurkar’s “Sherni,” which he throws as a forest officer.

“I wasn’t trying to break stereotypes but I think through my life experiences, especially as an actor, I’ve realized that I’m not going to leave anything as a way to be an actor,” Vidya Balan said. He has received the National Award and Padma Shri.

The 42-year-old actor added: “So if you tell me, I’m too short to be an actor, I’m too fat to be an actor, I’m too brave to be an actor, I’m too smart or too smart or whatever, I’m saying random things, I can’t change who I am but still the way I can find it. “

“My passion for what I do has seen me because I can’t change anything about myself, so I wasn’t going to break stereotypes. If I don’t work it I just said it has to work bad, because I will work. It has to work because I want to be an actor,” he added. .

At the age of 16 the actor took part in the sitcom “Hum Paanch” and Radhika glasses tried on the role, “he did not question the stereotype with a conscious mind.”

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“So I think these stereotypes are not consciously but probably unconsciously questioned,” he said.

He is currently waiting for “Sherni” to be released, where he plays a standing forest official who fights the social barriers posed by patriarchal society and the disagreements of his department’s attitude.

“Each of us is a Sherni, but we find it wonderful to call him!” she smiled and added, “They’re all women who get out of the job they do with their personality. They’re very enthusiastic about the job they do, because I feel like I’m that woman too. So I’m targeting those characters. I like women with purpose. and that’s why I choose them. “

Vidya added: “The more we look around me, the more we find that goal, living our Dreams. I think it is also a reflection of what is happening in the world around us, because cinema is a reflection of reality.”

“Sherni” is scheduled for digital release on June 18 on Amazon Prime Video.

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