Vidya Balan spotted with her niece
Vidya has always been very close with her sister’s twin babies.
According to reports, “The star always treated them (her nephew and niece) as her own children. And, before her marriage, she spent all her free time with them.”
A source was quoted in a newspaper saying, “Vidya had a very tight schedule since she had to wrap up some films quickly after her wedding. In these four months, she barely got any time in her hand to meet her sister, Priya’s twins, Ruhaan and Ira.”
With her intense shooting schedule, as soon as she got a day off from work, she made it a point to meet up with the twins and even took them to her Juhu residence to spend the whole day with them.
The actress was reported saying about ‘Shaadi Ke Side Effects’ that the film was not just for those who are married. All kinds of viewers will enjoy the entertainer.
She was all excited about the movie and said, “Everyone will like it — those who are married, who are getting married, aged couples or even teenagers.”
“Everyone will like it because it is a relationship-based story. It will make you laugh and you will relate to it,” she added.
‘Shaadi Ke Side Effects’ is a comedy-romance film directed by Saket Chaudhary starring Farhan Akhtar and Vidya Balan in lead roles. The film is produced by Balaji Motion Pictures and Pritish Nandy Communications. The film talks about a young married couple and their many comic experiences in the new life.
The happy couple’s life changes when they find that Trisha is pregnant. The tensions that a couple goes through in an unplanned pregnancy are nicely shown.
Farhan is fantastic with his timely wit and Vidya as the wife and also a mother makes it a very good show. Farhan plays the frustrated father who does not get to sleep and is also not able to take care of the baby properly. The film has some interesting roles played by Ram Kapoor, and Vir Das.
The film released on February 28 and had received positive reviews. The movie opened with a decent 30 percent occupancy in the morning shows across the country. And it did comparatively better than earlier releases, such as ‘Highway’ and ‘Hasee Toh Phasee’.