Vidya Balan is one actress who never fails to impress the audience with her acting chops as well as with her wit and humour. On Monday she connected with her fans via an Instagram session, giving out some candid deets about herself along with some epic responses leaving her fans amazed. During the interaction, she revealed to her fans her favourite movie, holiday destination, colour and also deets about her family members. One of the fans put her in a tight spot by asking her to choose between two biggest Khans of B-town.
A fan asked her who she would pick between Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan. To this question the Sherni actress had a witty reply, she replied, “My SRK (sic)” followed by a heart emoji with a picture of her husband Siddharth Roy Kapur. Smart answer! During the session she was also asked if she was committed, to which she replied, 'guess so' posting a picture with her husband. One of her fans sent a marriage proposal for her brother-in-law, Aditya Roy Kapur.
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While concluding her Instagram session, she dropped a video thanking her fans for actively interacting with her. ALSO READ: Sherni New Poster OUT:: Vidya Balan Leads The Way For Us To The Release Day, With A New Still
On the work front, Sherni will mark her first release of 2021 on the OTT platform, Amazon Prime Video. Makers dropped the trailer on June 2, and the actress has once again proved she doesn’t need a hero to carry the film on his shoulders. The movie is scheduled to premiere on June 18, 2021; she plays the role of a forest officer.
She will be next seen in Mahabharat 2 in 2021; while she was last seen in Mission Mangal which released in theatres, and Shakuntala Devi that premiered on OTT platform due to the COVID-19 pandemic. ALSO READ: ‘Vidya Balan Is The Template Of A Perfect Human Being', Says Neil Bhoopalam-EXCLUSIVE
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