This Article is From Sep 28, 2012

Would love to star in a film on sanitation: Vidya Balan

Would love to star in a film on sanitation: Vidya Balan

Vidya Balan is the brand ambassador for the Clean India campaign

Highlights

  • Actress Vidya Balan, the newly appointed brand ambassador for the Clean India campaign, says she would love to star in a film which would help spread the message of sanitation and hygiene.
  • "Why not? It will be good. It will further spread the message and if am able to motivate even two people I think it will be worth counting," said Vidya, who was in the Capital alongwith Union Minister Jairam Ramesh today to announce a 2000 km-long Nirmal Bharat Yatra.
  • "The way Manthan gave a message on women empowerment far and wide, I wish one day there will be a movie over the issue of hygiene and sanitation Vidya will work in it. I wish Shyam Benegal will make such a movie one day," said Mr Ramesh.
  • Dressed in a cream colored printed sari, the 34-year-old actress said that the contribution of women in this field is crucial.
  • "The contribution of women in this area is important as they are very much affected by it. In most households such changes are brought in by women," said the actress.
  • When asked how does she plan to juggle between her work commitments and her job as the face of the campaign, Balan said that is the reason why she hasn't signed up to support too many causes.
  • "This is the reason I have not spread myself too thin for various causes. Every cause is worth contributing to, but this is something which I think is very important."
  • The actress also addressed questions regarding her marriage. "Of course I will like to get married one day but that is not happening now. I will be married... someday."
New Delhi: Actress Vidya Balan, the newlyappointed brand ambassador for the Clean India campaign, saysshe would love to star in a film which would help spread themessage of sanitation and hygiene.

"Why not? It will be good. It will further spread themessage and if am able to motivate even two people I think itwill be worth counting," said Vidya, who was in the Capitalalongwith Union Minister Jairam Ramesh today to announce a2000 km-long Nirmal Bharat Yatra.

"The way Manthan gave a message on women empowermentfar and wide, I wish one day there will be a movie over theissue of hygiene and sanitation Vidya will work in it. I wishShyam Benegal will make such a movie one day," said Mr Ramesh.

Dressed in a cream colored printed sari, the 34-year-oldactress said that the contribution of women in this field iscrucial.

"The contribution of women in this area is important asthey are very much affected by it. In most households suchchanges are brought in by women," said the actress.

When asked how does she plan to juggle between her workcommitments and her job as the face of the campaign, Balansaid that is the reason why she hasn't signed up to supporttoo many causes.

"This is the reason I have not spread myself too thin forvarious causes. Every cause is worth contributing to, but thisis something which I think is very important."

The actress also addressed questions regarding hermarriage. "Of course I will like to get married one day butthat is not happening now. I will be married... someday."