Tumhari Sulu actor Vidya Balan: Good content always works


“Good content always works. When a certain film resonates with the audience, they love it. You do not have to be Indra Nooyi (to be appreciated). Women should be appreciated for everything they do as they do it with commitment and dedication. “It is difficult to say where an actor’s job has ended and the director’s had started. Vidya says it is not that she was not taking risks as an actor but somehow her experiments did not work until now. 2017-11-24T18:13:55+00:00″>
Published: November 24, 2017 6:13 pm

Tumhari Sulu has been appreciated for its witty one-liners and Vidya Balan’s chemistry with Manav Kaul

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The national-award-winning actor says the love that is pouring in for the film is primarily because the sensibilities between her and the director matched. The actor credits Triveni for putting together a great story and successfully capturing the real-life emotions. “Every time I tried something new, the films didn’t work. I am grateful for life, for everything,” Vidya says. Suresh sees humour in real life situations, in the mundanity of every life. But at the same time, whenever I have attempted to do something different, I have given my best. The story has to connect with people.” Produced by T-Series and Ellipsis Entertainment, the comedy-drama released on November 17. It is the unfortunate truth,” she says in an interview with PTI. Thankfully, my work was appreciated always.”
The film, directed by Suresh Triveni, features Vidya as a housewife, who is full of business plans and one day lands herself the job of a Radio Jockey. “A woman is balancing everything in life. The 38-year-old actor says Tumhari Sulu once again proves that a good story will resonate with the viewers. “When the films don’t do well, it means not many people have seen it. Today no one type of film is working. Most of India lives in middle class, people tell me I capture little things of middle-class life. “I do think rooted stories are doing well. This script does that.”
The film has been appreciated for its witty one-liners and Vidya’s chemistry with Manav Kaul, who plays her husband. Most of the time, women are not appreciated, unless they are achievers. The actor says the movie is a celebration of every day woman and her indomitable spirit. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd I can’t take the credit, I just followed what was in the script. If I get credit for making the character look relatable it is also to the director’s credit.”
The actor recently visited a theatre to gauge the audience reaction and found it heart-warming to see that people engaged with the story.