It is a story about a girl who wants to fly high but people around her- The Society does not allow her to achieve her Dream. Why? Because she’s a girl, She’s fat or She does not have that attractive body curves a girl can have so they deny her to do things whatever she wants. Well, it’s a story about a 40-year-old actress, Vidya Balan. According to Vidya, it was a difficult point for her to accepting body type and how even at her thinnest, she always felt fat because of the constant opinion around her body.
She was hating the fact that people used to judge her by her body type, not by her talent. Even that she felt quite lucky because she was having a very supportive family. Vidya Balan belongs from a Tamilian family. She Foster by her loving and supportive parents, Saraswathy Balan and P. R. Balan. Vidya had so much Struggleful life while she entered in B’town.
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Actress Vidya Balan is Known for establishing a change in the concept of a Hindi cinema actress with her representation of strong-willed women, she is the winner of numerous awards, including a National Film Award, Filmfare Awards, and Screen Awards. Lately, She was awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India.
Vidya has played Diverse kinds of roles that have breakthrough her Identity as an aweless actress of B’town. She has followed various roles in B’town like the romantic comedies Heyy Babyy and Kismat Konnection which does not work well on the box office and got negative reviews. Vidya worked toward her career to build herself as a leading heroine of Hindi cinema by playing back-to-back five astonishing roles to wide crucial praise in drama Paa, comedy Ishqiya, semi-biographical thriller No One Killed Jessica, biopic The Dirty Picture, and the thriller Kahaani. She followed this with a series of films that performed poorly at the box office, although her appearance in the movie Kahaani 2: Durga Rani Singh was praised. This changed in her previous film when she starred as a radio jockey in the successful comedy-drama Tumhari Sulu.
While Vidya Appeared in Filmfare Award, she Shared her Feelings among the Audience. Vidya said, “I’ve had hormonal problems all my life. It’s probably because of the judgment I’ve carried around my body. When I was a teenager, people would tell me, ‘You’ve got such a pretty face, why don’t you lose some weight?’ It’s not a nice thing to say to anyone. Be it a child or a grown-up. So, I’d starve myself, I’d go through crazy exercise regimens and lose weight. Then the hormonal issue would settle for a bit before it reared its head again. I guess it was my body’s way of revolting because in wanting it to be what it was not, I was constantly rejecting it. There’s no machine as smart as your body. It’s the only machine that has emotional intelligence. So even at my thinnest, I’ve always felt fat. Weight loss, weight gain, weight loss, weight gain was my pattern for as long as I can remember. Years ago, I stopped watching my shots on the monitor at shoots because I’d look at the monitor and be thinking, ‘Am I looking fat? When people tell me why don’t you start exercising, I want to say f**k you! How do you know I haven’t been exercising? Do you know how hard I exercise? Do you know what challenges I’ve been facing?
This was Vidya Balan’s Opinion to them who always judges people by their looks only. Vidya’s bold and heinous answer has shut them mouth out who treats fat women as a joke and takes them lightly. Hope so Vidya’s answer would change point of view of society.