Family first for Vidya Balan

  • Kavita Awaasthi, Hindustan Times, Mumbai
  • |
  • Updated: Apr 27, 2013 02:16 IST

Emraan Hashmi and Vidya Balan in a poster of their film Ghanchakkar.


Vidya Balan is a busy woman. The actor has been juggling work on her next release, Ghanchakkar, opposite Emraan Hashmi, and shooting for Shaadi Ke Side Effects (SKSE) with Farhan Akhtar.

And to add to that, Vidya also has to make time in her hectic schedule for family responsibilities, after marrying Siddharth Roy Kapur in December 2012. In fact, she has now put brother-in-law Aditya Roy Kapur before work. 

“Vidya changed the shoot timing of SKSE to make it to the screening of Aashiqui 2 that stars Aditya and Shraddha Kapoor in the lead. The shooting of the film was advanced by a couple of hours in the morning so that she could wrap up work early,” says a source close to the actor.

After watching the film, Vidya praised Aditya’s performance. “She was so impressed with Aditya’s part that she requested him for an autograph. She expressed her appreciation for the young actor to Mahesh Bhatt as well,” adds the source.

Aditya, who was last seen in films Action Replayy and Guzaarish in 2010, is thrilled with Vidya’s praise. “Vidya’s appreciation means a lot to me. Not only because she is family, but also because she is a fine actor. I am happy that she had completed her schedule early to watch my film,” says Aditya.

Singing about men (Shalvi Mangaokar reports)

Vidya Balan is all set to appear in a special music video for her next, Ghanchakkar. The movie, in which Vidya stars opposite Emraan Hashmi, is a comedy-thriller.

And the special number which she’s doing will be called ‘The lazy lad.’

A source close to the production house reveals, “The song is a peppy number and Vidya will don a never-seen-before avatar. She’s going to talk about how men are lazy and useless. The song has really funny lyrics and the music is catchy as well.”

 

also read

Salman Khan Arms Act case: Four more witnesses to be examined

blog comments powered by Disqus