Vidya received accolades for her performance in the Milan Luthria-directed film, which was a biographical drama film inspired by the life of Silk Smitha, a South Indian actress.

Since then, the 37-year-old actress has been offered quite a few biopic films, including on former Prime Minister late Indira Gandhi, slain former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, late actress Suchitra Sen and Bharat Ratna awardee vocalist MS Subbulakshmi.

"Even I keep hearing. I am not thinking of biopic films. Once I confirm it, I will let you all know," Vidya said. The actress thinks the perception towards small budget films is gradually changing.

"And slowly we are seeing small films in theatres and with festivals like MAMI, things are going to get better. But this won't change overnight. We have come a long way. It is refreshing to see new kind of films coming up," she said.

Vidya was there at the closing ceremony of the recently concluded MAMI film festival in Mumbai. "I was on the jury and I was amazed with the talent. Also, the selection of films was incredible. We all respond to films as people. I had an amazing time at MAMI this year," she said.

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