Mumbai, September 26 (CINEWS):Vidya Balan, who will be seen playing Geeta Bali in a unique appearance in Marathi film, Ek Albela, which takes after Bhagwan Dada’s movie vocation as an on-screen character and chief.
She says she got the part through make-up artist Vidyadhar Bhatti, who she has worked with previously (on Parineeta, Munnabhai, and Bobby Jasoos), “Amid Bobby Jasoos, I let him know that I needed to act in a Marathi film. So he called me and said there’s a Marathi film on the life of Bhagwan Dada and it’s an extraordinary appearance and they needed to know whether I might want to play Geeta Bali. The minute he said Geeta Bali, I was intrigued and said, ‘Alright, give me a chance to meet them’. I loved what I heard in the chief’s 15-minute portrayal. It’s fun regardless of the possibility that you’re doing an extraordinary appearance!”
The on-screen character sizzles as Geeta in Shola Jo Bhadke for the Marathi film. Vidya giggles “We have attempted to reproduce the kind of that time. Choreographer Stanley D’Costa, with whom I did the Marathi tune Mala Jau De (from Ferrari Ki Sawari) and his wife valued my execution. I find Geeta Bali to a great degree beguiling, the fizz in her is so capturing… I cherished her tune Shaam Dhale Khidki Tale. They had let me know that I would be moving Shola Jo Bhadke and Bholi Surat so I said what in regards to Shaam Dhale? They let me know that in the event that I needed to do it, I could do a touch of it. What’s more, they shot a melody’s piece for me on the grounds that I needed it, for my purpose! I adore that melody.