Vidya Balan would love to star in a Bengali film but the actress, who calls Kolkata her second home, says she has to find the right script for it.
Vidya just wrapped up the shooting of the Amitabh-Nawazuddin starrer ‘Te3n’ which is directed by Ribhu Dasgupta and produced by Sujoy Ghosh. Shot in the city, the film has the actress making a special appearance.
Balan has signed the sequel of her 2012 superhit thriller ‘Kahaani’, which was based in the city, and will also be doing a Hindi adaptation of Srijit Mukherji’s Bengali film ‘Rajkahini’.
However, the Kerala-born actress is struggling to find a good script for a Bengali film.
“I have to find the right script. I get offers but I have not been excited by anyone so far. I am working with Bengali directors and I am shooting here so it’s as good as working in a Bengali film I guess,” said Balan.
She said the day she found the right script for a Bengali film she will sign it as she has been waiting for a long time since her acting debut in Goutam Halder’s Bengali film ‘Bhalo Theko’ (Stay Well) in 2003.
Besides Sujoy Ghosh’s ‘Kahaani’, ‘Parineeta’ and ‘Bhool Bhuliaya’ also had a ‘Bong’ connection.
“I enjoyed shooting for ‘Te3n’ because I got to shoot in Kolkata after a long time. It was the same team of ‘Kahaani’ with Sujoy Ghosh. The environment was same,” said the actress who has picked up a little bit of Bengali language as well. Shooting for ‘Kahaani 2’ will begin next month in the city.