Vidya Balan’s The dirty Picture has made a successful business at Box office, now the dominating sexy image in Bollywood, Vidya Balan is performing in Sanjay Gupta’s Shootout At Wadala.
In fact, Vidhya and John Abraham both had choose by Sanjay Gupta for his Movie. After past five years since they performed the role of a romantic couple in Salaam-E-Ishq. Mnay rumors were made at that time regarding their romantic liaisons.
Now Vidhya has decided to opt out of the project. The reason is not because of her male co-star, but it has learnt that the actress wants to act in the movie that leads to woman.
Everyone wants success and at this time when Vidhya is going to enlisted with top ranked heroins, she does not take any risk with playing second fiddle to a male lead.
Informing Vidhya’s rejection for Sanjay’s Movie, Vidhya’s close friend said, “Shootout At Wadala” is a male centric film. The heroine has quite a lot to do in it. But after The Dirty Picture, Vidya wants to avoid such roles.”
It has supposed that Vidya was playing Manya Surve’s girlfriend in the film based on Mumbai underworld. By the name it suggests that all movies will based on underworld or a lot of male lead.
Actress’s close friend informed Mumbai Mirror, “Vidya wants to work with Gupta. She loves his style of filmmaking. It’s just that she does not want to get lost in a project crowded with a lot of men. It’s just a natural progression in her career.”
However “Shootout At Wadala” will under Ekta’s production, who also produced Vidhya’s last release that give her a successful victory in Bollywood. And measure that the refusal made by Vidhya to work on project may put negative impact on relationship between her and Ekta. But Vidhya’s friend confirmed that there is no problem within Vishya and Ekta’s relationship over her decision to avoid role of film.
Claiming everything is all right between both, a friend said, “There is no animosity between Vidya and Ekta over Vidya’s decision to opt out of the film. They have decided to work together in the near future.”