From Bollywood to the regional film industries, Vidya Balan swims around cinema of all languages with utmost comfort. Her debut film, in fact, was a Bengali film titled Bhalo Theko, after which she went on to appear in Parineeta and Lage Raho Munna Bhai, her two major shots to fame. From then, there was no looking back for Vidya. Although she has been primarily active in Hindi films after that, her interest in quality cinema in any language is keen.
Hence, we weren't surprised when she bagged N.T.R. Kathanayakudua, the biopic of NT Rama Rao and will appear in its sequel as well. She took to social media to share a video which has her dubbing with much enthusiasm. Since there's no audio, we can't make out which language is she speaking. But she says it is a language she is not familiar to. Dubbing for N.T.R: Mahanayakudu (the NTR biopic's sequel), is it? Can you guess which language she speaks here?
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Dubbing in a language you are not conversant in ...makes you imitate even hand gestures ... in the hope that maybe that will help you get it right 😄...i love the process 😍. Thank you #Suri and all the amazing language supervisors i worked with ystdy 🙂🙏... n #Anu who is seated & smiling is our patient & ever smiling sound engineer 🤩...n #saurabhghosh thank you for its always so easy to work with you 🙂. Lastly @sandhu_aditi what would i do without you !? 🙏♥️.
Vidya's last Hindi film was Tumhari Sulu. The warmth and wit of the film won hearts and she won a Filmfare Best Actress award among other accolades. Her next is Mission Mangal alongside Akshay Kumar; it is a film that reportedly revolves around India's first interplanetary expedition.