This Is How Vidya Balan And Anil Kapoor Greet Each Other

Vidya Balan And Anil Kapoor are from the same locality in Mumbai!

by Ankita Mazumdar
This Is How Vidya Balan And Anil Kapoor Greet Each Other

Vidya Balan has perfectly played Bhool Bhulaiyaa’s Manjulika and The Dirty Picture’s Silk and she continues to win many hearts to date. She is extremely talented and bubbly as a person, so much so that her laugh is contagious. Vidya Balan met with our Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani, for an episode of Sunday Brunch. The conversations, laughs and gorging on food did not stop. One of their recurrent topics was Chembur, as she was brought up in this area of Mumbai.

Vidya Balan And Anil Kapoor Always Greet Each Other In This Manner

Vidya Balan is a Chembur girl through and through. If you have watched the video linked above, you might know she loves Chembur to the core. Everything about this place in Mumbai is special to her. The food, the lanes, the people and more are dear and near to her. Well, why would it not be? She has spent 31 years of her life here! 

We learned that Chembur has produced many gems of Bollywood! Can you guess some of them? So, Vidya Balan told us Shilpa Shetty was her senior in school by a few years. Shilpa even taught her basketball! Malaika Arora would pass Vidya’s lane to go for French tuition, and people would wait for Malaika to cross the road. Life in Chembur, am I right?

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Last but not least, Vidya Balan happily told us, “Anil Kapoor and I just call out to each other, saying Chembur, always.” Even our Editor-in-Chief hails from Chembur and loves it. The world is a small place, isn’t it?

Her Latest Film Neeyat Is Out

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This Sunday Brunch episode largely focused on Vidya Balan’s childhood memories and days, travel, filming projects, food and more. But she was also here to promote her latest film on the big screen after a long time. It’s been four years since she appeared on the big screen. Her film, Neeyat, a detective-thriller was well received by the audience. She told us that it feels so much better to catch a film in theatres after the pandemic.

Also Read: Vidya Balan Loves Gorging On This Maharashtrian Snack

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