Shakuntala Devi: Vidya Balan Drops A Black And White Clip Of Real Shakuntala Devi Solving A Complicated Math Equation In A Jiffy

Vidya Balan drops an old video clip of real-life Shakuntala Devi solving a math equation. Praises her for her confident and sass in it

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Shakuntala Devi: Vidya Balan Drops A Black And White Clip Of Real Shakuntala Devi Solving A Complicated Math Equation In A Jiffy
We are barely a few hours away from marvellous actress Vidya Balan’s flick Shakuntala Devi's premiere on the OTT platform, Amazon Prime Video. To be seen as Shakuntala Devi in the film, the actress dropped an old video clip of real life, Shakuntala Devi, solving a complicated mathematical multiplication equation in a jiffy. Further in the video, we can see how the genius mathematician asks the person operating a machine to calculate the same equation if the answer given by her is matching or not.

And guess what? Her answer does match; followed by real-life Shakuntala Devi being showered with applauds from the people who have gathered to watch her.  Vidya Balan in her caption mentions though she has watched many of her videos, this one remains her favourite for Shakuntala Devi’s confidence and saas. The actress mentioned in her caption how she is excited for her flick to be witnessed by the audience tomorrow on the OTT platform. Vidya called her original Rani Hindustani in her post.

Vidya Balan’s post read, “The original #RaniHindustani! This is arguably one of my favourite videos of Shakuntala Devi. I have gone through the archives and seen so many, but her confidence and sass in this one always make me smile. So, here's to celebrating her life and waiting till you experience her story tomorrow on @primevideoin”


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The film also stars Sanya Malhotra as Vidya Balan’s onscreen daughter and actor Jisshu Sengupta plays her on-screen husband. Set to premiere tomorrow on Amazon Prime Video, it is helmed by Anu Menon. ALSO READ: Shakuntala Devi: Vidya Balan Reveals Why Her Character Is Always Chirpy And Happy




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