Entertainment Desk: Vidya Balan took the entertainment world by storm by playing the role of bold Silk Smita in the movie ‘Dirty Picture’. Then the Bollywood actress tells the story of an aspiring housewife turned radio jockey in ‘Tumhare Sulu’. Vidya has been widely praised by the audience and film critics for portraying different forms of women in the cinema.
Recently the ‘Bhool Bhulaya’ actress completed the age quota of 40. Age makes girls more confident and happy, says Vidya, who has crossed her forties.
In an interview given to a magazine, Vidya said, ‘Even after forty, girls are naughty and more attractive. Usually we are taught to be shy and not enjoy sex. Girls become more mature with age, because then she doesn’t care about anything. It continues to grow. It’s a pleasure. When nobody cares, the level of fun increases.’
‘A friend of mine used to say, girls enjoy more after 35. He explains that he doesn’t want to get into a relationship. A girl who doesn’t want to be in a relationship, has more to do with him. He said, girls don’t care about anything after thirty-five,’ adds Vidya.
After that, Vidya said with a smile, ‘I say, girls don’t care more after forty.’
Vidya Balan will next be seen in the biopic on India’s famous mathematician Shakuntala. According to news, Dangal girl Sania Malhotra will play the role of Vidya’s daughter in this film.
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Apart from this, the actress will be seen opposite Ajith Kumar in the Tamil remake of the Hindi film ‘Pink’. And this is Vidya’s first Tamil film. Source: Bollywood Bubble