- Vidyan Balan spoke about sex taboos in Indian culture
- "The joy of intimacy, pleasure and fun is missing," says Vidya Balan
- Vidya Balan will soon feature in Tumhari Sulu
Vidya Balan, who recently shot a video titled Taboo, feels that it is time to "re-look" at the attitude towards sex. Of this, she told IANS: "We must strive for a traditional and yet modern balance, and aim for the hypocrisy related to sex to go away. Our children need to know that sex is a feeling, not a taboo."
Vidya Balan made her acting debut with TV show Hum Paanch. She is best known for her films like Parineeta, Paa, Kahaani and The Dirty Picture, for which she also won the National Film Award for Best Actress.
Vidya Balan will now star in Tumhari Sulu, the promotions of which are in full swing. The film's story revolves around a middle-aged housemaker Sulochona aka Sulu, who is a happy-go-lucky person with a mantra: "Sometimes you don't need wings to fly."
Directed by Suresh Triveni, Tumhari Sulu will hit the theatres on November 17th.
(With IANS inputs)