Actor vidya balan She is known for her energetic performances, with the last two years giving us movies like Sherni and Shakuntala Devi. The actress, who recently starred in the Amazon Prime Video original Jalsa, has now spoken about starring in auteur-backed roles and how she discovered over the years that there were certain types of roles that didn’t just excite her.
In a recent interview, the actress talked about how, contrary to how she loves her roles, she feels nonchalant about a couple of movies she starred in. When the Kahaani actress was asked about a role she was hesitant about, Vidya told Siddharth Kannan on his YouTube show, “I think probably Heyy Babyy and Kismat Konnection were two movies that I wasn’t sure what to do.” what was he doing. I constantly felt like a fish out of water, and I think it showed even though both movies did very well. I think it made me realize that I wasn’t meant to do those kinds of roles.”
When asked if she feels uncomfortable seeing herself in these movies, Vidya said: “Not uncomfortable. Actually, I just didn’t pay attention. I sleepwalked through those movies, because I don’t know, I didn’t enjoy them.” She added: “I don’t regret doing them at all, but I think I don’t see them as risks, I think it was some choices I made that were indifferent. And I don’t think indifference is something I would want to live with.”