"I would love to do a Charlie Chaplin movie. I loved Sridevi as Charlie Chaplin in 'Mr.India'... I'd love to attempt Charlie Chaplin. He has been a huge inspiration in my life," said Vidya at the inauguration of an exhibition 'Chaplin Lines' on Thursday here.
The exhibition was organised to honour the late Charlie Chaplin.
"Twenty eight kids, 28 women artists from India and worldwide, some 200 artists, interpreted Charlie Chaplin in various ways and drew their interpretations. Someone drew Charlie Chaplin through calligraphy, which is exciting," said the actress.
On the films front, Vidya was last seen in "Hamari Adhuri Kahani", which has minted Rs.35.47 crore net in India since its release on June 12.