Her passion for work, excellence on the job and the change she has brought has taken her to the top of the list of leading ladies who are doing roles with meaning. She broke many stereotypes and did not flinch in doing what she wanted to do.
Many people will think that sustaining is glamour industry is easy task and acting can be the most underrated profession .She has toppled the all dominating hero, reducing him to a supporting role in a male dominated film industry. From a shy girl in PIYA BOLE song to the complete contrast in SILK ,The Dirty Picture ,she transformed from Sabrina Lal in No One Killed Jessica (2011) and Kahaani, despite people telling her playing Silk wouldn’t be worthy of her.
She was never scared about her Physical appearance, and She gave a she pushed big dorky glasses over her nose, let her stomach hang out in rolls over her jeans and displayed enough cleavage to give item girls a complex, and the audience loved her through it all.She gave a whole new dimension to indian Actress, as a pregnant woman desperately searching for her missing husband in Sujoy Ghosh’s Kahaani, she has come a long way in accepting herself as she is, size zero or not.
After huge success in one interview she told “The birth of my twin niece and nephew Ira and Rohan, my sister’s children, was the highlight of my year. Of course both No One Killed Jessica and The Dirty Picture did well and I couldn’t have asked for anything more professionally.”
In her words she told in an interview regarding her passion and love . “I love listening to classical, Hindustani and Carnatic music. I am just passionate about everything. About reading, watching films, about people, places, my work, about my prayers, food, exercise.”
So she is famous, Daring , Inspiring but down to earth, Married to the most eligible bachelor but strongly rooted to the ground.