Akshay Kumar and Vidya Balan’s Mission Mangal has crossed yet another milestone at the box office.
Bollywood actor Vidya Balan talks about her choice of roles and why ‘beauty is what beauty does’
Vidya Balan, who recently made her Tamil debut with the Ajith starrer Nerkonda Paarvai, will next be making her web series debut.
She hopes the situation would change, while speaking at a promotional event for her new film, 'Mission Mangal, starring Akshay Kumar, Sonakshi Sinha, Taapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari and Nithya Menen.
Jagan Shakti’s directorial debut about the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) is respectful, but struggles at times to pick out its heroes.
Though certain arcs have been fictionalised, lead actor Akshay Kumar assures 80-90 per cent of 'Mission Mangal' is based on facts.
Vidya says she grew up idolising Sridevi, and was getting to know her personally when the actor passed, in February last year.
The biopic on late Tamil Nadu CM Jayalalithaa, to be made in Tamil and Hindi languages, is directed by AL Vijay.
Anyone who knows Vidya Balan will tell you that there’s nothing remotely plastic about her.
Vidya Balan also has bought the rights of Indira Gandhi's life that will be turned into a web-series.
Vidya Balan is an actress who has successfully delivered some of the finest performances in female-oriented films.
Vidya Balan shared that she wasn't planning to turn producer but the story written by Annukampa Harsh and Shaan Vyas propelled me in that direction.
'Mission Mangal', produced by Cape of Good Films, Hope Productions and Fox Star Studio, is scheduled to be released on August 15 2019.
Mission Mangal is based on an inspiring real incident, but the script has taken a few liberties for the sake of drama and is positioned as a fictional story.
Mission Mangal is Akshay Kumar's next film about a group of ISRO scientists, who are on a mission to put India on the map of countries who have landed on Mars.