Sure, male stars have higher footfalls and arguably see a much heightened level of fandom, but, if anything, Vidya Balan is the exception to this rule. The actress had earlier said in an interview that comments about her weight bothered her earlier, but now she had come to terms with such remarks. Time is changing at a lightning speed but it will still take time for people to change their narrow and generalizing mentalities.
Vidya Balan has been promoting her upcoming film Tumhaari Sulu for a while now, and she was at a press conference when a reporter chose to ask her questions that can only be described as ignorant. The story revolves around a house maker who chances upon an opportunity of becoming a RJ. "There's no connection between women-centric roles and weight loss".
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While interacting with the media recently, the actress got stunned by the type of questions she was bombarded with by one of the journos.
Now, as we know this is not the first time Vidya will play an RJ on screen, earlier in 2006 she played an RJ in "Lage Raho Munna Bhai" but that was different and this is different. Is she planning to change the genre and lose some weight? But she made a comeback and gave a savage reply.
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The question left Vidya shocked and she was quick in giving a strong response when she said: "I'm very happy with what I'm doing".
"It feels amusing how inspite of being the most populated country in the world, we still don't talk about sex openly", Vidya said in a statement.
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Sadly, Youtube commenters seem to have a whole other point of view.