Recalling Vidya's response, Kalki said, "We did the screening of the film with Siddharth (Roy Kapur) and Vidya (Balan) in attendance. After watching the film, they both came out teary-eyed. They hugged me and left. They didn't utter a single word to me."
She, however, got a call from the "Kahaani" star the next day."She (Vidya) called me and we spoke for 40 minutes over phone. She said 'I am sorry I couldn't articulate because I was so emotional last night but I just wanted to say that you have inspired me to another level as an actor'," Kalki said.

The actress waited for almost nine months for the role in the Shonali-Bose directed movie and it took her some six months to get into the character."Every film you do, you do it for other reason because you
believe in the story and you get excited about the process and preparation in getting into the skin of the character. Those are the basis on which I do a film.”

"So, I can't predict or understand which film will get an award because you are only a small part. A good film is relied on great director, other actors and music. You can't control that outcome as an actor. But it's a great encouragement."
Kalki will also start shooting director Mahesh Bhatt's wife Soni Razdan's second film "Love Affair", a period drama, with Gulshan Devaiah and Ali Fazal.



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