Vidya Balan, after playing some serious roles in movies like Begum Jaan and Kahaani 2, now she is back to do a drama in Tumhari Sulu. Essaying the role of a late night RJ, Vidya’s character Sulu is said to be standout amongst the most relatable roles written ever.
The quirky teaser poster symbolizes the balance between Sulu’s own and professional lives. Wearing a red sari Sulu’s face is covered and she holds some gifts along with a bag of vegetables. The movie is tagged with #MainKarSaktiHai which tends to be an inspirational slogan for Sulu’s character saying how she could do anything.
For Vidya, it is interesting to see the dialogue that movies are initiating on various issues of the society.
Vidya told in an interview “What is very interesting is that today, there is a dialogue about various issues in society, courtesy social media. The need to build toilets or the need for every individual to have access to toilet inspires films like Toilet: Ek Prem Katha because cinema is but a reflection of reality. So it’s responding to what is happening around us in the society. I think more and more, you are seeing films throw light on hitherto unmentionable issues. Today, entertainment is very closely tightened with what I think is either awareness or building opinion or just encouraging debate, thereby making you think”.