Vidya, 37, who is known as one of the most talented performers in the film industry, faced the box office failure of her last few releases, 'Ghanchakkar', 'Bobby Jasoos' and 'Shaadi Ke Side Effects' but the actress is not perturbed by it.
"I don't see this as being at the top... I have never subscribed to this number and perception game. For me, I like to be at the top of my game at all times which means I want to do things to the best of my ability. Sometimes my films do well and sometimes they don't but I will give it my all," Vidya said.

When asked about the competition from contemporaries like Deepika Padukone and Kangana Ranaut, Vidya said she does not compare her work with others.
"I am living in a world where it is all about me... I don't see anyone else in that world. I don't see it as these many people are at the top and what will happen tomorrow if I am not there at the top because I don't consider that (being at the top) I think all of us are living parallel," she said.

Vidya will be seen next in Mohit Suri's upcoming love saga 'Humari Adhuri Kahaani', where she is paired opposite Emraan Hashmi. Besides, she has been signed on for two more films but the actress is not keen to talk about it now. 



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