Vidya Balan who has essayed many different roles in her films, opens about dealing with success and failure at the box office.

Reported in Pinkvilla, Balan said in a recent interview that she admits that when a film doesn’t do well, it can bother her. “Of course when a film doesn’t do well at the Box Office, it bothers you, it breaks your heart, but you need to move on. When my films fail, I talk about it, cry about it and move on. But, when I am on a film set, I don’t think about whether my last film do well or will this do well.”

‘Tumhari Salu’ is Balan’s next release, says she is content with the film and is not focusing on numbers at the box office. “At this point, I would say that I have watched Tumhari Sulu and I am happy with the film. I feel we have made a good film. So, I am happy about that. I don’t think much about numbers. I feel, why should I limit myself thinking about Box Office numbers; maybe we can touch the sky.”

The ‘Begum Jaan’ (2017) star shares that making ‘Tumhari Salu’ has been a great experience and a welcomed change. “I definitely know that I’ve not had fun on the screen for a while. I’ve been playing very intense and heavy characters, and after a long time, I got to play this character, who is always smiling, laughing and making people laugh. I do think it is precious to make people smile and laugh, and if a film is able to do that, it is amazing. I was definitely missing that in my life.”

‘Tumhari Salu’ is slated for release on the 17th November.