B-Town star Vidya Balan is being portrayed at a time when her weight has become a ‘national issue’ which has created a lot of insecurity for her.
In an interview with E-Times Regarding her struggle with the physical image, Mission Tuesday Star revealed how she overcame these insecurities.
“It was important for me to go through what I did. It was very public and invincible at the time. I came from a non-film family. No one was going to tell me that these stages were not the last. “My weight problem had become a national issue.”
“I’ve always been a fat girl; I wouldn’t say I’m at a stage where my ups and downs don’t bother me much. But I’ve come a long way. I’ve had hormonal issues all my life. For the longest time, I hated my body. I thought he had cheated on me. Will
Vidya also revealed how she managed to overcome these insecurities, saying: “What happened is that I started to love and accept myself more and more every day and that’s it. Because of that, I’ve become more acceptable to people.
“They started beating me with love, admiration and compliments,” he said. Over time, I accepted that my body is the only thing that keeps me alive because the day my body stops working, I will not be around it. “
“I am just thankful for my body. It doesn’t matter what I’m going through, I’m alive because of this body. These are blood and bones. With each passing day, I begin to love and accept myself more, but it is not so easy. Until you make it, you have to make it fake.