A new name in Bollywood Taapsee Pannu swooping high these days in Cinematic Industry after scoring high in Pink. Taapsee Pannu made her first debut in the year 2010 Telugu film titled as Jhummandi Naadam. She expressed herself and says, she doesn’t find any difference between Bollywood and southern films, she experienced both good and bad phases in both film industries.
Apart from southern films, she was first seen in Chashme Badoor in 2013, with versatile actors of Bollywood screen with Siddharth, Rishi Kapoor, Ali Zafar and Divyendu Sharma. This particular movie was actually a remake of 1981 movie with the same name. She event worked in the movie Baby (2015), opposite with Akshay Kumar as the undercover agent.
When she was asked about the difference in two film industries on a telephonic interview from Hyderabad, Taapsee Pannu said, “Nothing. Apart from the language, I don’t feel any difference because I have had good or bad experiences in both the industries.”
She will be soon sharing her acting screen on the silver screen in Ghazi, opposite with actor Rana Daggubati. The film is plotted with the war in the submarine, directed by Debutant Sankalp and also working for Prakash Raj’s Hindi debut Tadka.
In fact, Taapsee Pannu willing to do Pink in Telugu, after getting praise for her acting skills in Pink, the actress is flying high in Bollywood for her versatility. When talked about rumors in the air about Pink version in Telugu, she said, “I don’t know about that till now, but if they do approach me, I would love to do.”
Expressing about her feels after the success of Pink she said, “The response I got for those 20 minutes in ‘Baby’ was very good because of which I got a lot of other films in which you’ll be seeing me next year. Now, it has got escalated to certain another level after ‘Pink, which makes me a little scared, now what do I choose to live up to those expectations,”
She even wants to mark an impression with her creativity in acting will continue with her future movies by her best. Taapsee said, “I need to accept the fact that ‘Pink’ will not come my way again. I am just trying to be as versatile as possible and work with good directors.”