Vidya Balan trolled for looking older than Kismet Connection co-star Shahid Kapoor: “Witch Hunt”

When Vidya Balan Was Trolled For Looking Older Than Kismat Konnection Co-Star Shahid Kapoor:

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Do not disturb Vidya Balan. The actress is busy promoting her upcoming film Do and love With a co-star Pratik Gandhithe two recently spoke Radio addiction About the drama in the relationship. In the chat, Vidya Balan was reminded of the trolling she faced after the release of her 2008 rom-com. Kismet Connection. ICYMI, a section of people trolled the actress for looking older than her co-star Shahid Kapoor. Speaking on the matter, Vidya expressed, “Yes, some people have said that and I think it was a witch hunt, because we won’t get into that right now. But, who did it is really insignificant because (it) doesn’t matter. I am two years older than him (Shahid Kapoor) and who cares if I look older than him? Love can happen to people of any age without being overly committed. But I think this was the second time we didn’t have these conversations.”

Vidya Balan Also thanked the “so-called trollers,” “Thanks to all those so-called trollers. (After that) I decided what kind of films I wanted to do. So thanks to all of them.”

A few days ago in the inaugural session of Dr Indian ExpressVidya Balan raised questions about face Discrimination in BollywoodTara said, “Nepotism or not, I’m here. No one’s father has an industry, not every father’s son, every father’s daughter is successful. (Film industry is nobody’s father; otherwise all the star kids would have been successful).

Talking about the early days of her career, Vidya Balan continued, “For three years I was going through a heartbreak. The feeling of rejection was very intense and it was devastating. I was shattered and my will to continue on this path was shaken. But I have to say that in my stomach Fire overcomes everything else.”

Apart from Prateek Gandhi and Vidya Balan, Do and love Sendhil Ramamurthy and Ileana D’Cruz also play important roles. The film is the directorial debut of Shirsha Guha Thakurta.

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