Sometimes my experiments in films did not work says Vidya

Vastavam web: “Tumhari Sulu”, an aspirational drama about a housewife, has ended Vidya Balan’s dry run at the box office and the actor believes the film clicked with the audiences because its story is rooted in middle class ethos.Vidya says it is not that she was not taking risks as an actor but somehow her experiments did not work until now.”When the films don’t do well, it means not many people have seen it. But at the same time, whenever I have attempted to do something different, I have given my best. Thankfully, my work was appreciated always.”
“A woman is balancing everything in life. Most of the time, women are not appreciated, unless they are achievers.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. This script does that.”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.”It is difficult to say where an actor’s job has ended and the director’s had started. 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.The 38-year-old actor says “Tumhari Sulu” once again proves that a good story will resonate with the viewers.”Good content always works. When a certain film resonates with the audience, they love it. Today no one type of film is working. The story has to connect with people.”