Mumbai: Vidya Balan,
whose film count includes mostly female-oriented themes, says the film
industry changed over the years and co-incidentally she has become the
face of this change.
"I believe that change doesn't happen
overnight, it takes time. I am lucky that today when we are feeling the
change, it's a co-incidence that I have become a face of this change," she
said in an interview.
Vidya gave strong performances in
"Ishqiya", "Paa", "No One Killed Jessica" and "The Dirty Picture". The
33-year-old, who will be seen next in Sujoy Ghosh's "Kahaani", feels lucky
to be present at a time when such stories are being written.
am lucky to be a part of Indian cinema at a time when such stories and
roles are being written and I am getting a chance to be a part of such
good films. I try to do my work honestly. It feels great to get so much
love from the people," said Vidya who had stormed the industry with her
very first film "Parineeta" in 2005.
Releasing March 9, "Kahaani"
is a thriller and shows a pregnant woman's struggle to find her missing
husband in Kolkata.
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