Mumbai: After bagging top awards for 'Kahaani', Sujoy Ghosh has set the ball in momentum for part two and Vidya Balan, who played lead in the original, can't wait to hear the story. At the prestigious Filmfare awards Sunday, Vidya bagged the 'best actor (female)' title, while Ghosh was named the best director.
"Ask Sujoy, I am very excited to know which 'Kahaani' he has written. So, let's see," the 33-year-old said here Sunday at the 58th Filmfare awards.
Recalling her journey with 'Kahaani', Vidya said: "When we started 'Kahaani', only two people were associated with it, Sujoy and me. But later others joined in. We tried to make a good film, people liked it and we have grabbed a lot of other awards for the film till now."
Also featuring Parambrata Chatterjee and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, 'Kahaani' is going strong at the awards function.
At the 19th Annual Colors Screen Awards, it won best actress award for Vidya Balan and best editing for Namrata Rao.
The 13th Zee Cine Awards saw Sujoy Ghosh lifting the best director (Jury) trophy, while Vidya won best actress (Jury) award.