Vidya Balan: You should not take success and failure too seriously


During his recent stay at Rann Utsav as part of several promotional activities aligned for his film, ‘Tumhari Sulu’, the versatile actor seemed to float among the people he is, both on and off the screen. Sometimes, she was the lucky Sulochana (Sulu), a suburban housewife from Mumbai; and then, she was the star par excellence that made the phrase “entertainment, entertainment and entertainment” a key phrase.
Manav Kaul, his co-star in the movie that hit theaters today, said Vidya Balan takes only five minutes to make someone believe that she is a close friend lost a long time ago. One may even be coerced to call it an occupational hazard of working in the industry, but Vidya takes it off each time with such balance that you tend to forget the blurred lines of truth and acting. Somehow, his voice and behavior reveal that it is his real personality, and not just a farce made for promotions.

His latest film, ‘Begum Jaan’ did not live up to expectations at the box office. When asked if she was excited or tense with ‘Tumhari Sulu’, produced by T-Series and Ellipsis Entertainment, she said: “I’m excited about the movie.” The response we heard was unanimous in stating that we made a great movie. I’ve seen it and that’s why I’m more excited to know how people will receive it. ”
“I think you should not take success and failure too seriously.” You learn this with experience and maturity, I’m someone who never had success very seriously, of course, you get angry, you feel disappointed by failure, that’s normal. Having said that, to survive you must ignore the failure and move on.If you do not take the success seriously, you should not take the faults seriously.I do not see any moment in my life as a failure.Indeed, I hate the term failure, “he added.

It was Tanuj Garg (one of the producers of the film) and Suresh Triveni (Director of Tumhari Sulu), who felt that Vidya fits the character they imagined as Sulochana. According to her, the greatest creative achievement that one can have is to adapt to a character imagined by creators and writers of the film. “Regardless of how many times I pass in the race, I always feel honored when someone says that,” he said as he got out of his car to meet the BSF Jawaans at the Kutch outpost before the scheduled interactions between his fans at Rann. Utsav And in a moment, it became alive, again.
She danced and even tried to sing the hit number ‘Hawa Hawai’ from the movie. “The meeting with the jawans is always a great experience, I remember that I went to Uri 11 years ago and it was also fantastic,” he said. “I thought about what I could do as an interpreter to entertain them, so I sang and danced, we just had a little fun,” he added.