Vidya Balan is a talented force to be reckoned with, and the movies she has done so far give an idea of how good she is.
She is usually seen as good at bringing characters to life, and she was recently seen having fun and chatting with her fans on Instagram. She was herself at the “Ask Me Anything” meeting, which she led.
Sujoy Ghosh’s movie Kahaani broke a few rules about drama, and the actress has shown that she can act in movies like Dirty Picture, Shakuntala Devi, Jalsa, and Sherni, among others.
Vidya Balan posted a story in which she asked her fans to ask her anything about “Ladies, Work, and Women at Work.” Her answers showed the sense of community that she brings with her everywhere she goes.
“Women can’t do things,” said one of the followers. When told this, the entertainer asked, “Are you telling me or asking me?”
Another one asked how life at work has changed since getting married. Vidya Balan gave the best answer ever to that question. She said, “It did, which was good. It used to be “I work,” but now it’s “We work.”
Vidya Balan was asked why women get paid less than men. She replied, “I don’t know the answer to that question.” (Even though I want an answer to this question)
While in reality, when asked if being financially dependent on their significant other is wrong, the entertainer said, “No, not at all. It’s her choice, but I think coffee tastes better when you can pay for it yourself.” You’ve heard! “It’s up to you!”
Vidya also shared a few behind-the-scenes details about how her filmmaker husband, Siddharth Roy Kapur, helps with the family business. She said, “Come to think of it, it’s OUR home!”
Vidya Balan is known for the smart things she says and does. She was asked why most CEOs of organizations are men, and the entertainer said, “I think it’s because women didn’t start working until later.”
Vidya Balan explained how she deals with the guilt and blame of focusing on herself. She did this to show other women how they should handle the guilt and blame of focusing on themselves. The performer said she keeps telling herself, “We only live once and die once, so it’s now or never.”
Vidya Balan also talked about how women should handle “things” at work and how being a homemaker isn’t weird. She said, “Being a housewife and raising a child is also a good thing if it helps the woman.”
The 43-year-old just got back from London, where she had been finishing up the schedule for her next movie, Neat. She is also in talks for a few projects that haven’t been announced yet.