Vidya Balan isn't afraid to talk about sex Image credit: Vidya Balan. From her debut in Parineeta to her raunchy, gutsy role in The Dirty Picture, Vidya Balan has tried her hand at a whole gamut of roles. Vidya has played the girl next door in Munna Bhai, the sexy wife in Shaadi Ke Side Effects, the seductive widow in Ishqiya just to name a few of her roles and films. What she has made clear with every film choice of hers, though, is that she is not afraid to talk about sex. Vidya doesn't seem to take on any roles that require her to be the coy subservient woman and has, therefore, by default or as a deliberate choice, broken many stereotypes. She isn't afraid to embrace and show off her sexuality and this has time and again opened up and given rise to many debates. This time Vidya Balan chose to talk about sex and how.
Regarded as one of the most versatile actors in the Hindi cinema, Vidya Balan is an established name in the Indian film industry. After winning a Filmfare for the Best Female Debut, she went on to become a big sensation and was seen doing roles which she really believed in. The characters played by her are strong and bold in nature where she seems to be changing the definition of a conventional Hindi movie heroine. She was earlier criticised for a different dressing sense and for being a little overweight but later as she continued playing roles which suited her, she gained massive recognition. She impressed both critics and the audience with her roles in movies like Paa, Ishqiya, No One Killed Jessica, The Dirty Picture and Kahaani and broke the stereotypical notion of how a conventional Bollywood heroine should look like. She has come across as a more authentic and substantial actor rather than a pretty-as-a-picture heroine with a zero size figure. The movie is set in a brothel during the Partition of India in She will be playing a radio jockey in Tumhari Sulu. Click here to join our channel indianexpress and stay updated with the latest headlines.
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After being sold off into the flesh trade as a young girl by her uncle, Kareena, a street-smart but naive hooker, meets a well-to-do banker, Rahul, both of them stuck on the road during a downpour. The two connect with each other, unexpectedly. The second movie, where the Kareena plays a sex worker, named Rosy, is the psychological supernatural thriller Talaash. Chandni Bar dealt with the underworld of Mumbai, where the sons of gangsters take up arms and the daughters of bar dancers and sex workers end up in dance bars. Tabu won many awards for her role as Mumtaz, the bar dancer who gets married to a gangster and has to resort to sex work to provide for herself and her family. Rani Mukherji played Gulabji who narrates the story of Saawariya and falls in love with protagonist Ranbir Kapoor.
Jump to navigation. Vidya Balan has always had an intriguing sensuality about her. Each of her films exude a sultry characteristic in some way or the other, be it subtly or openly. She made a hard-hitting debut as Lolita, in Parineeta , with the Bengali saris, small red bindis and jingling bangles. Who can forget that opening scene, where she pulls the pallu over her head, and looks unflinchingly at the camera?