Actress Vidya Balan is well known for portraying women centric films says that she doesn’t enjoy doing multi-starrer films.
She told, “I don’t see myself doing a multi-starrer at this point of time. I don’t think I enjoy it all that much because there are just too many stories happening at the same time”.
Vidya said, “The trust has strengthened over the past three films we have done together, especially in a film like this, where (director) Mohit Suri was constantly pushing us to feel every moment”.
Vidya told, “I knew he was a fabulous actor anyway, but while working with him I realised how committed he is. He would keep up the intensity of the scene even in between takes. He is one of a kind amongst this generation of actors”.
She said, “I was coming out of the theatre after watching ‘Aashiqui 2’ when I met Mohit Suri. And I told him that I want to work with him because I loved his work. He handles romances like romances should be handled.”
Vidya said, “These days they only make romantic comedies, they don’t make real love stories or romances but in ‘Aashiqui 2’ I saw that come-back of romance, and I wanted to work with him. I am so glad that I have worked with him in a film like ‘Hamari Adhuri Kahani’, which is an intense love story”.
She said, “There is a huge disparity and I am hoping that now with films like ‘Heroine’ becoming successful, I am hoping that the disparity in pay scale gets corrected but I really feel that all the actresses will have to get together for that. And decide that we are not going to settle for less”.
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