Vidya Balan was to be a part of the Kamala Das biopic, Aami.
She even shot for a day before changing her opinion. She had the script with her for six months. At the point when the film was booked to go on floors, she fell sick. The timetable was put off as the group sat tight for her. Another calendar was arranged.
At that point she all of a sudden changed her opinion, the reason given was that she couldn’t interface with the character. In a venture that was to cost Rs 5 crore, the Kamala Das biopic has as of now cost its makers near Rs 1.5 crore in misfortunes after Vidya surrendered the venture. Says an insider, “The group attempted our most extreme to persuade her. We guaranteed we would be there to help her.
Yet, she demanded she couldn’t comprehend the character. Yet, isn’t that what Kamala Das is about? She’s a conundrum. We are certain even Kamala didn’t comprehend herself . Vidya likes to invest some time with the director and writters as a feature of her prep before beginning a film. It wasn’t going on with this one. Likewise, she wasn’t content with the last script,” illuminates a source.
Vidya’s representative affirmed the news. In a prior meeting to a newspaper, Vidya had said in regards to the late writer, “I read her personal history, she fascinated me.
Regardless i’m thinking about whether she was who she’s made out to imagine, to be her or misconstrued, planning to find a few solutions eventually amid the film. Presently the mysterious poetess-women’s activist’s part is in Tabu’s grasp.
As indicated by the source, “Tabu has demonstrated a distinct fascination in the part and we’re finishing her. However, we wouldn’t like to say anything officially until everything is absolutely firmed in.” Once bitten, twice shy…