Vidya balan dating
National award winning actress Vidya Balan has finally come out about her relationship with UTV head Siddharth Roy Kapoor but says she is in no hurry to get married to him."I don't have any plans yet... Asked about her take on Rakhi Sawant's claim to appear as a better lead role in a Bengali version of The Dirty Picture, Vidya said, "I did my best and I am sure if she (Rakhi) brings her own originality to the portrayal of Silk, it will be great and I will be more than happy to watch her."Clad in beautiful white saree with black embroidered border, Vidya admitted that she was a bit apprehensive about how her parents would react to her portrayal of South siren Silk Smitha in the film."I was finally relieved after my father came during the interval and said that he could only see Silk rather than Vidya. But it's on my mind and there is a plan at some point. When asked whether she is dating the UTV movies honcho, Vidya said, "I will admit that I am dating him but not beyond that." The Dirty Picture star, 34, who has been recently appointed as a Bollywood Ambassador of Victoria, was here to promote the Indian Film Festival in Melbourne commencing from June 11.
There was some speculation then, if you remember, that perhaps Viddy had a crush on Shahrukh Khan.By 2009 Vidya had established herself as a leading actress of Hindi cinema, as she went on to portray five consecutive roles to wide critical acclaim in the 2009 drama Paa, the 2010 black comedy Ishqiya, the 2011 semi-biographical thriller No One Killed Jessica, the 2011 biopic The Dirty Picture, and the 2012 thriller Kahaani.She followed this with a series of films that performed poorly at the box office, although her performance in Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh (2016) was praised.But it did take lot of time for me decide about the role," she added."The most encouraging part of doing this role has been that people now think that I am capable of doing this kind of a film," she said, adding that she was highly satisfied after knowing that her performance in the film was seen as everything but sleazy.Vidya, who was brought up in Mumbai in a middle class south Indian family, said she always dreamt of becoming an actress and do various roles.But gossips of her association with her co-stars only makes her laugh.
Repeatedly, she stresses at the point that she is single and dating no one.
She subsequently featured in television commercials and music videos.
In 2003 she made her feature film debut as the protagonist of the independent Bengali drama Bhalo Theko.
Some are brave –remember how Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor walked into a do holding hands and looking very Hollywood?
And others, like so many that we could name if we were really being indiscreet, prefer to be very hush hush and soon after.
In 2005 Vidya garnered praise for her first Hindi film, the drama Parineeta, and followed it with a leading role in the highly successful 2006 comedy film Lage Raho Munna Bhai.