Happy birthday Vidya Balan: from Parineeta to Mission Mangal; Here are FIVE characters that he portrayed effortlessly

Bollywood Actress Vidya Balan It is one of the most versatile actresses we have in the industry. Over the years, he left us all impressed with his impeccable and effortless performances. From his debut film Parineeta to the last Mission Mangal , The actress has demonstrated her spectacular and impeccable talent. The work of the winner of the National Prize also demonstrates that if you choose a project, it has to be substantial.

On his birthday today, we decided to write down some of his characters that will go down in the history of Indian cinema. Check it out:

Mission Mangal

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Vidya played a scientist from the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and his character, Tara Shinde, is one of the highlights of the film. She is lovely and is quite natural as always. His character in the movie stands out among everyone else. The actress was praised for her performance and known as the star of the movie. She played her role with great conviction and gave Bollywood another strong female character to rave.

Tumhari Sulu


After making movies like Parineeta, Dirty image ’And others, who would have thought Vidya doing a film like‘ Tumhari Sulu ’. She played the role of a radio jockey who gives a sexy twist to her voice for a late-night show. Her character Sulochana Dubey aka Sulu is a housewife begins her journey of living her dream. She simply nails her character with such ease.



‘Parineeta’ traces the life of Lalita who is a poor young girl who falls in love with her childhood friend Shekhar. It portrays Vidya as a determined and dignified girl for whom the well-being of her family holds the utmost importance. Her character had the option of submitting to her lover, but she chooses otherwise and goes for another man who respects her and her family.

Dirty image

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With this, Vidya showed that there is nothing he cannot do. He surprised everyone with his role as a sexual siren, Silk Smitha. Vidya broke all stereotypes about having a perfect body and chose to make this movie at the time when many actresses were careful with their images. Vidya as Silk Smitha set a new benchmark for her and this turned out to be an innovative film for her. He even won the National Film Award for Best Actress.



The film's narrative and Vidya's performance had the audience at the edge of their seats. Vidya played a pregnant software engineer at the address of Sujoy Ghosh. Although the film did not focus much on his profession, history intelligently incorporated his engineering skills into his search.