Vidya Balan (born January 1, 1987) is an Indian actress who has acted in Hindi, Bengali, and Malayalam films. At the age of 16, he made his acting debut in Hum Paanch (1995). After several unsuccessful attempts to start a film career, he went on to star in television commercials and music videos. In 2003, he explored the Bengali film industry through his film Bhalo Theko.
Balan was acclaimed for his first Hindi film “Parineeta” in 2005 and later acted in the blockbuster film “Lage Raho Munna Bhai” (2006). She later starred as Glamorous in Hey Baby (2006) and Kismat Connection (2007), although she received negative reviews from critics. Balan’s acting career began in 2009 and he continued to star in five films: Bhave Pa (2009), Iskia (2010), No One Killed Jessica (2011), The Dirty Pixar (2011) and Kahani (2012). Gets enough praise. Her performances in these films have earned her the nickname “female hero” and have established her as one of the leading actresses in the Hindi film industry.
Balan has won one National Film Award, five Filmfare Awards and five Screen Awards. Initially, she was criticized for her weight and poor clothing, but later she was praised by the media for her personal identity. Balan is a social worker and a supporter of women’s empowerment. In December 2012, she got married to film producer Siddharth Roy Kapoor.
Early Life of Vidya Balan:
Vidya Balan was born on January 1, 1967 in the city of Ottapalam in the Palakar district of Kerala. His father was PR Balan, vice-president of Etishi India, and his mother was Saraswati Balan. He is fluent in Hindi, Marathi, English and Bengali. His wife Priya Balane works in advertising.
Balan grew up in the suburbs of Chambur, Mumbai, and attended St. Anthony’s Girls’ High School. At the age of 16, he played the role of Radhika, a spectacled teenager in Ekta Kapoor’s serial “Hum Paanch”. Although his mother supported the decision, he was initially advised to complete his education. He holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from St. Xavier’s College and a master’s degree from the University of Mumbai.
Personal Life of Vidya Balan:
Although the media has been spreading rumors of love between Balan and his co-stars, he has denied the allegations. The couple tied the knot on December 14, 2012, in a private ceremony in Bandra, Mumbai.
In addition to learning Carnatic music, Balan has also learned some lessons from Bharatanatyam and Kathak. Balan says of his faith in religion, He is a vegetarian, and in 2011-2012, Petai described him as “the most appealing vegetarian in India.”
In addition to acting, Balan is a social worker. In March 2011, Balan was contracted to promote the World Wildlife Organization’s “Earth Hour” celebrations in India. The Calcutta Chamber of Commerce honored him with the Prabha Khaitan Award 2012 for his efforts. He is the youngest person to receive this award.
Personal Information of Vidya Balan:
Complete Name: Vidya Balan
Date of Birth: January 1, 1978
Birthplace: Palakkad, Kerala, India
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
Height: 5′ 4″ (1.63 m)
Weight (approx.) 70 kg
Figure Measurements 35-30-35
Eye Colour: Dark Brown
Hair Colour: Black
Hobbies and Interests: Reading, Poetry
Favourite Color: Red
Favourite Food: Thai cuisine, Homemade food
Favourite Book: Brida by Paulo Coelho
Favourite Perfume: Elizabeth Arden fragrances
Favourite Music: Michael Jackson, Indian Ocean, Midival Punditz, Zakir Hussain, Enrique
Favourite Movie: Before Sunrise, Before Sunset
Favourite Actor: Amitabh Bachchan, Morgan Freeman, Al Pacino
Favourite Actress: Julia Roberts, Julie Delphy, Kate Winslet
Net worth: $15 million
Active from: 1995,2003-present
Professional Life of Vidya Balan:
While pursuing his post-graduate studies, Balanak was contracted to star in the Malayalam film Chakram opposite Mohanlal, after which he was offered to act in 12 other Malayalam films. This is the first time I’ve seen such a thing happen in my life, and it’s the first time I’ve seen such a thing happen in my life, and it’s the first time I’ve seen such a thing happen in my life, and it’s the first time I’ve seen such a thing happen in my life. In 2001, he was contracted to act in N Linguswamy’s Ran (2002). However, after the completion of the first filming, Balan was unofficially removed and Mira Jechminak was cast as the actress.
After failing to act in the film, Balan participated in about sixty commercials and videos of Euphoria and Sobha Mudgal’s songs, most of which were directed by Pradeep Sarkar. She won the Anandalok Award for Best Actress for her performance as Anandi.
In 2005, Balan made his Hindi film debut with Pradeep Sarkar’s musical Parineeta. Before the contract was signed, Balan had to undergo a long audition for six months. Her performance in the film has been praised by critics; Derek Elie of Variety writes, Received a Filmfare Award for Best Actress and a Filmfare Award for Best Actress.
The following year, he starred opposite Sanjay Dutt in Balan in Rajkumar Hirani’s comedy “Lage Raho Munna Bhai”. Here he plays Jahnavi, a radio jockey who is attracted to Munna Bhai. In preparation for his character, he met several radio jockeys and got to know their work.
In 2007, he starred in Mani Ratnam’s “Guru” and was successful at the box office. He later starred in Nikhil Advani’s “Chalam-e-Isk”. The film was a failure, although Balan’s performance was praised. “The transformation of education from a self-confident working woman to a helpless, uncomfortable woman is unparalleled,” said Sukanya Burma of Rediff.com.
Balan then starred in Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s “Eklavya-The Royal Guard” which was sent from India for the 70th Academy Award. Acts with. The film was a box office success, but it also received negative reviews from E and Balan. CNN-IBN’s Rajiv Machande criticizes Balan’s costumes and outfits, calling him a “bruised finger” in the film.
Balan’s next film was the 2007 psychological thriller “Bhul Bhulaiya” which was a remake of the Malayalam film “Manichitrathajhu”. Here, Balan plays Avni Chaturvedi, who suffers from Dementia Identity Disorder. This is the first time that I’ve been able to do this, and it’s the first time that I’ve been able to do it, and it’s the first time that I’ve been able to do it, and it’s the first time that I’ve been able to do it.
In 2008, he starred in the reality-based social film Halla Ball. The film was a commercial failure. Later that year, he starred opposite Shahid Mirza’s “Kismat Connection” with Shahid Kapoor. This picture fails to speak and Balan is criticized for it; Critic Chhonia Chopra says, “Balan is seen as very down-to-earth. His hairstyle is not admirable, the make-up is very simple, the clothes may be dull white or matte. “
In 2009, Balan played the role of an unmarried gynecologist, Vidya, in the film “Paa” directed by R. Balki, who lives with her 12-year-old son in Progeria. Here Amitabh Bachchan plays the role of Vidya’s son Aro. Highly acclaimed, the film is considered a milestone in her acting career. Sukanya compares Burma’s style to that of Dimple Kapadia, saying “Balan’s acting is sharp but controlled and dynamic. According to The Times of India, Vidya has been successful in maintaining the “honorable image of Bollywood’s mother of all”. She has won many awards, including Best Actress and Best Actress in a Filmfare.
After the success of “Paa”, Balan starred in “Iskia”. Here she plays the role of Krishna Burma, a tactical woman. For this film, she received formal education to speak the local language of Uttar Pradesh. Both the film and Vidya’s performance are critically acclaimed; NDTV’s Anupama Chopra says, “Balan’s ummi ummi glows on the screen and her two eyes also hint at sadness. The film won a Filmfare Critics Award, a second consecutive Screen Award, and a Filmfare Best Actress Award.
In 2011, Balan starred opposite Rani Mukherjee in Raj Kumar Gupta’s sub-biographical thriller “No One Killed Jessica”. In this film based on the murder of Jessica Lal, Balan plays Jessica’s elder sister Shabrina Lal. Balan Gupta did not log in to Lalu Gupta as he was getting ready for the role because “when the story started a decade ago, Shabrina was no more. “No one killed Jessica, but Balan’s performance was well-received. The Hindu praises Balan’s “aristocratic control over emotions.” Despite the absence of a major male character, it is considered a commercial success with a gross of ₹ 490 million ( 7.6 million). Performed as a guest artist in “Urumi”.
Balan then starred in Ekta Kapoor’s “The Dirty Pixar” based on the life and death of controversial Indian actress Chilk Smita. Here, Balan plays Chilk in the role of J. He described it as one of the most “adventurous” of all the characters he has ever portrayed, for which he needed “adequate mental preparation” and for which he gained a weight of 12 kilograms (26 pounds). Khalid Mohammed says, “He is extraordinarily brave, attentive to his character and not afraid to look bad. She is considered to be one of the best performers to date. This is one of the best performances that has been seen for many years. “Balan won the Filmfare Award for the second time, and for the third year in a row, for the third time in a row, for the third time in a row. Gains.
In the next film, ‘Kahani’, shot by Sujoy Ghosh in Kolkata, Balan plays the role of Vidya Bagshi, a pregnant woman who is busy looking for a husband. The film manages to attract the attention of the public and the media by playing the role of a pregnant woman in the promotional campaign of the film. Subhash calls Jhai Balan’s “stress-affected mobility” a “skill”; The Telegraph’s Pratim D Guptai says he has “successfully entered the physical condition of a pregnant woman at a rate of . “Story” is considered to be one of the most successful films of all time, earning 57 million.
In January 2013, Balan completed the filming of Raj Kumar Gupta’s hilarious film “Ghanchakkar”. Unlike Imran Hasmi, he described her as “all-knowing” and “rude” Punjabi. He will star opposite Saket Chowdhury in “Shabadi Ke Side Effects” opposite Farhan Akhtar.