If my film flops, I talk, cry, get over it and move on

4 (349 x 430)Vidya Balan says that all actors go through ups and downs in their careers, but failure has never made her question herself. She says that she is one of those actors, who doesn’t get bogged down after a film’s failure, reports Hindustan Times
Actor Vidya Balan has made a strong footing in Bollywood with the kind of roles she has portrayed so far. While films such as Paa (2009), The Dirty Picture (2011), and Kahaani (2012) worked wonders and won her critical acclaim, there have been lull days at the box office when films such as Bobby Jasoos (2014), Kahaani 2 (2016) and Begum Jaan failed to make an impact. Does it bother Vidya? “It’s heartbreaking when a film doesn’t work after you have put in so much in it. It definitely disappoints you. But I feel that all actors go through hits and flops, it never makes me question myself,” says Vidya, adding that she doesn’t care about others’ opinions as “everyone is entitled to an opinion”. Unlike several other actors who get bogged down after a film’s failure, Vidya says she’s not one of those who would run away or lock herself in a room and not talk to anyone. “I need to talk. Mujhe toh baat karna bahut jaruri hai… main batooni jo hoon. So, I talk to my parents and my husband, Siddharth (Roy Kapoor). If my film flops, I talk, cry, get over it and move on,” adds Vidya.


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