Vidya Balan’s versatility and acting prowess have made her into the sought-after actress that she is. Every role that she has portrayed on the celluloid has turned out to be magnetic, be it ‘Parineeta’, ‘The Dirty Picture’, ‘Lage Raho Munnabhai’ or ‘Tumhari Sulu’ or the recently-released biopic, ‘Shakuntala Devi’. Ahead of International Women’s day, the actress and Executive Editor of ETimes, Vinita Dawra Nangia, participated in the annual event held by IMCLW E-event, IMPACT 2021 series 1 where the two discussed films, Vidya’s growing up years, and her upcoming projects.
Vidya had recently resumed the shoot of ‘Sherni‘, which is the first project she undertook after months of Covid-19 induced lockdown.
While announcing ‘Sherni’, Vidya had taken to social media and shared, “Invoking blessings all across . The #Sherni shoot begins on #WorldWildlifeDay. Surreal to do the mahurat puja in an ancient temple in the middle of a forest . #AmitMasurkar @ivikramix @BhushanKumar #KrishanKumar @aasthatiku @abundantiaent @tseriesfilms @tseries.official @shikhaarif.sharma.”