Vidya Balan On Her Mother’s Reaction After Watching Shakuntala Devi: “I Put My Arm Around Her & She Cried”

Vidya Balan On Her Mother's Reaction After Watching Shakuntala Devi: "I Put My Arm Around Her & She Cried"
Vidya Balan On Her Mother’s Reaction After Watching Shakuntala Devi: “I Put My Arm Around Her & She Cried” (Pic credit score – Vidya Balan/ Instagram )

On a excessive after delivering yet one more commendable efficiency in her final launch Shakuntala Devi, Vidya Balan has as soon as once more confirmed to all that shes’s a star who’s on the prime of her recreation. In a candid chat with Filmfare, the actress goes on to discuss her preparation for the difficult position. Add to that, she has additionally talked about nepotism, her expertise working with a feminine director for the primary time, how she offers with success and failure, her views on married life and the teachings she’s learnt over the previous few months.

But what’s actually the spotlight of the free-flowing dialog with Vidya is her speaking concerning the equation that she shares along with her mom. With the movie Shakuntala Devi shedding gentle on the bond that the mathematics wizard had along with her daughter, plainly the film has had fairly an impact on the star.

Speaking on their relationship with the journal, Vidya stated, “We had a lot of clashes. That’s a given in any mother-daughter relationship. Of course, in the movie, it’s a little more explosive. Ours wasn’t like that. But there were moments of explosion. In fact, at one point in my life, I fought the most with my mother. She was actually just being protective. For example, when I wanted to join films, she was so scared. I remember she used to dissuade me, and it used to make me feel that she doesn’t have faith in me, my talent. Initially, I felt she was standing in the way of my dreams. But after I went through a spate of rejections down south, she started praying more than anyone else that this dream of mine works out.”

As far as what impact the movie had on her mom, Vidya provides, “I went to my parents’ house to watch the film on the day it was released. It was my parents, my sister and her family and Siddharth (Siddharth Roy Kapur) and me. At the end of the film, she got up and I could see that she was holding back. I put my arm around her, and she cried. I said, ‘This is my tribute to you.’ I just wanted to let her know that I realized she’d given up so much for us.”

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