Vidya Balan is not like any other film actress and star. She is one of those rare independent thinking individuals who live by their convictions alone. She chooses roles in films she can personally relate to, irrespective of banners, names, and the money on offer. This is her approach to life.
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The following is how Vidya Balan told it to the author herself. We thank Munmun Ghosh for sharing this piece of exclusive quote. The cover intrigued me, and once I started reading the book, I could not put it down. In a certain sense, I identified with the book, not just through my personal experiences, but with what I have watched of people around me, especially girls in the media and the metros, whom I interact with all the time.
And you are made to feel depressed on special days. I have gone through it too. There are no brownie points for knowing your mind and waiting for what you believe you deserve, waiting for your dreams, both personal and professional, to be realised.
People almost look down upon you if you are a virgin after a certain age, which is upsetting. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
I was single for a long time and was asked about it. I would say I enjoy being single. I have lots of single friends. Also, if you want to have a romp every weekend, that too is fine. One must be free to choose. However, if you need more than a push from Vidya Balan herself, these excerpts from Unhooked are sure to get you hooked! It was a step towards attachment. I could ask any question and get away with it now as I had nothing more to lose. Her first book Hushed Voices was published in Unhooked is her second work of fiction.
A compulsive dealer in words, she edits for a living, and writes articles and fiction to explore, understand, share, and make a difference.
She also conducts workshops in writing skills. Singing is her favorite stress-buster, and the sitar a commitment she loves to keep. About Latest Posts. Vidya Balan. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
Vidya Balan pitches for UNHOOKED a novel by Munmun Ghosh
My body felt heavy. My legs hurt. My whole life seemed like a mistake. The tick-tock of the table clock grated on my consciousness. I pulled the pillow over my head, wrapped the blanket around me tightly and curled my body into the foetal position. Anamika, the protagonist, intelligent, inquisitive and an emotional wreck with a string of broken relationships hurriedly stashed into the past, was in dire need of an anchor, to reposeher aching mind, body and soul in the tender yet strong arms of a man who will not only embalm her wilting spirit with his passionate embrace but also strum the strings of her heart with nimble fingers and at the same time satiate her mind with his titivating intellect.
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The following is how Vidya Balan told it to the author herself. We thank Munmun Ghosh for sharing this piece of exclusive quote. The cover intrigued me, and once I started reading the book, I could not put it down. In a certain sense, I identified with the book, not just through my personal experiences, but with what I have watched of people around me, especially girls in the media and the metros, whom I interact with all the time. And you are made to feel depressed on special days. I have gone through it too.
Vidya Balan reviews : Unhooked by Munmun Ghosh
The mind-body confluence is not only the prerequisite of all sensual pleasures it is also a pre-condition to a more soulful nurture. In relationships, more so. Love, in her books, is much more a mind game than a bodily desire. Does mind claim its sovereignty over body or is it the body which holds the key to the mind? She takes her defeat with a generous dose of guilt and self-accusation. Against this social backdrop are transposed men and women, the pawns in the game, who are desperate in their advances, inquisitive and questioning, seeking and losing at the same time yet rising again from the ashes of emotional debacles like the Phoenix. However, institutionalization has always necessitated a breakthrough over a period of time, a scissoring off of a bond which may curtain many an ill myth and prejudices.