The 38-year-old star, who made her introduction in Parineeta and went ahead to star in acclaimed movies like Kahaani, The Filthy Picture and Paa, says being unstable is human and everybody feels that.
At the point when requested that name three dull things about Bollywood, Vidya told journalists, “Studios after shoot… Parties that just begin after 12 pm. Furthermore, the third thing is, the instability that every one of us feel occasionally.”
“It’s human. Everybody feels unstable. I think in this industry where everything gets expounded on, each feeling gets amplified,” she said. Vidya was talking at the dispatch of imagination novel Dim Things composed by Sukanya Venkatraghavan. The Ishqiya star said she never plans to wander into composing an anecdotal book. “No. I don’t think I have anything to compose. In the event that it is sufficiently convincing I am glad to let them know yet… no, truly… I have no creative energy I think… That is out of inquiry,” she said.
On the film front, the performer will be found in a unique appearance as a cop in Sujoy Ghosh-created up and coming Te3n. The film, coordinated by Ribhu Dasgupta, stars megastar Amitabh Bachchan and performer Nawazuddin Siddiqui in vital parts.