‘Chak De India’ celebrity Vidya Malvade will be 49 years old on March 2nd. Vidya portrayed a goalkeeper in the film. Vidya was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra on March 2, 1973. Vidya studied law before beginning her career as an air hostess. But fate brought her to Bollywood, where she transitioned from air hostess to actress.
Vidya began her acting career with Vikram Bhatt’s film ‘Inteha,’ which was a box office flop. Vidya went on to work in a few films and commercials after that.
Vidya Malvade Biography
In 2007, Vidya Malvade received critical acclaim for her performance in the film ‘Chak De India.’ Vidya has appeared in films such as ‘Mashooka,’ ‘Pavepath,’ ‘Benaam,’ ‘Kidnap,’ ‘Tum Milo To Sahi,’ ‘Aapse Liye Hum,’ ‘No Problem,’ and ‘Once Upon a Time in Mumbai Dobara,’ among others.
She even played Minsisha Lamba’s mother in Kidnap, despite the fact that she is only 12 years her junior.
Vidya Malvade Marriage and death of husband
Vidya married Captain Arvind Singh Bagga, a pilot, in 1997, but her husband died three years later. Arvind died when her husband’s plane crashed in a building in Patna in the year 2000. At the time, she was 27 years old.
Vidya married Sanjay Dayma nine years after her husband died. In the 2001 film Lagaan, Sanjay worked as a screenwriter and associate director.
Vidya Malvade is a yoga enthusiast
Vidya’s stunning appearance is the result of meditation and Yoga, both of which she is very fond of. She frequently posts photos of herself in a meditation pose on her social media accounts. Vidya’s daily routine includes meditation, which she never skips.
Vidya, in addition to acting, practices yoga.
Vidya now teaches yoga in Mumbai in addition to acting. Vidya stated that she has been practicing yoga for many years, but only in the last seven years has she begun teaching it. In the midst of the Corona pandemic, she raises awareness of fitness through digital means.
Instagram changed his fate and landed a new job
Vidya Malvade stated in an interview, “Until now, the audience has mostly seen me in serious roles. I wanted to get out of it on my own, but what could I do when I wasn’t given a character other than the stereotypical Indian girl? Finally, when the ‘Bamini’ ‘End Boys’ series was offered, he couldn’t say no. In this series, I got to show off my comic sense. ‘I got these characters thanks to my Instagram account.’
‘I explore my true personality through my posts, even if it’s through my fitness posts,’ Vidya added. I’m sure the producers noticed how out of place I was with my character up until now. Come on, whatever happened was for the best, Instagram changed my destiny.
Vidya Malvade stated, “Now I have the opportunity to do my favorite work on the digital platform.” This medium has given me the opportunity to hone my acting skills. I’ve been a part of about six projects in the last year, and I’m now very happy with my work.”