Bollywood Actress Vidya Balan in news Photos
During an interview, actress Vidya Balan discussed her film Sherni, her character Vidya Vincent, and her thoughts of women in general, and how she landed the role in the film.
Vidya in a conversation with ANI, "Every woman is a Sherni. A few of them are bold and badass; while others are introverted, just like Vidya Vincent, but does that make them inferior? I think they have the ability to do the right tasks in the right ways--- even if that makes her liable for punishment”.
Vidya Balan, who is presently enjoying critical acclaim with the release of her action-thriller Sherni, believes that every woman is a lioness in real life, much like the character she played in the film.
The actress portrays Vidya Vincent, a morally honest forest officer who battles the patriarchal society's social obstacles as well as her own department's lax views.
“Vincent gets a transfer in the movie, but she continues to work with honesty! So, I think every woman is a Sherni”, says Vidya Balan about a fictitious narrative about the journey of a forest officer striving for equilibrium in a world of strife between men and animals.
The actor also said she was really pleased to sign the film directed by Amit V Masurkar, as the film was to be filmed in a forest.
"Amit didn't have the script when he came to me, he just narrated to me the plot and the concept of the film, and I was so impressed by the very fact that it will be shot in a real jungle," says the 42-year-old actor.
Vidya's unbelievable adventure, set in a universe of peculiar yet sympathetic individuals, takes her marriage with her odd task, all in an attempt to reconcile the conflict between animals and humans. The film also has a mixture of talented actors such as Sharad Saxena, Mukul Chaddha and Vijay Raaz, Ila Arun and Neeraj Kabi.
Vidya has previously revealed her enthusiasm over the movie's trailer releasing and stated, "The film deals with a sensitive topic that touches upon respect, mutual understanding, and co-existence, not just between man-animal, but between humans as well. It gives me immense joy to bring this unique character and story to the global audience through Amazon Prime Video and hope to engage them in unexpected ways”.
Source- Hindustan Times
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