Already Watched Shakuntala Devi? Here are 10 Vidya Balan Movies That You Can Binge-watch This Weekend

Team LEFToye

Published 31 July, 2020

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Parineeta (2005) : Vidya Balan debuted in Bollywood with this movie. She left a mark with her simplicity as Lalitha.

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Lage Raho Munna Bhai (2006) : Playing the role of a radio jockey, Vidya Balan walked through the door of fame with her second film Lage Raho Munna Bhai. Remember the refreshing "Good Morning Mumbai"?

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Bhool Bhulaiyaa (2007) : This role was quite different from Vidya’s past roles. But Vidya is known for embracing every role she touches. Playing the role of a girl suffering from Dissociative Identity Roles, Vidya recorded this horror comedy as one of her most iconic roles.

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Paa (2009) : Although the performance delivered by Big B as a child suffering from a rare genetic disorder ‘Progeria’ was a commendable one. Vidya too stood rock solid, marking her role in the film as Mr.Bachchan's mother.

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Ishqiya (2010) : Ishqiya is the story of two criminals who fall in love with a widow. The humour was definitely appreciated but Vidya Balan’s chemistry with Arshad Warsi and Naseeruddin Shah is what won the hearts of the audience.

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No One Killed Jessica (2011) : Based on the real life incident of the murder of model Jessica Lal, the film raised a lot of emotions. Having no men in the lead roles, this film proved that the female leads can make a block bluster on their own. Vidya, as usual, was applauded for her performance.

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The Dirty Picture (2011): Vidya Balan shocked everyone when she starred in the lead role as "Silk" in the movie "The Dirty Picture". By taking up a bold role like this one and doing full justice to it, Vidya proved that all she has for her audiences is entertainment, entertainment and entertainment!

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Kahaani (2012) : The film expresses how a woman alone can conquer what she wants. The story revolves around how a pregnant woman solves the mystery of her missing husband. Vidya could prove her versatility as an actor here and the ability to express every emotion vividly.

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Te3n (2016) : A remake of the South Korean film, Montage. In Te3n Vidya once again acted beside Big B proving her versatility again as an actor this time in the role of a police officer.

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Tumhari Sulu (2017): Who didn't love the bubbly Sulu with an ambitious heart? Vidya won our hearts, once again playing a radio jockey but this time with a different twist.

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