- Tapsee Pannu is set on promoting her latest release, Saandh Ki Aankh, which features a real-life story of two female sharpshooters over the age of 60 years
- She recently gave an interview, where she spoke about success, controversy and her upcoming movie, Thappad
- Taapsee mentioned that she likes that people have a certain expectation from her movies, stating that was her goal
- She also spoke about getting into character, and how it has changed her psyche
- The Badla actress also states that controversies are a good thing, and prove that you are famous
- She also expressed her gratitude towards her debut Judwaa 2, alongside Varun Dhawan, which she believes made her a mainstream name
- She also spoke about her latest project Thappad, set to be released on Women’s day
Taapsee Pannu is currently promoting the release of her new release, Saandh Ki Aankh, in which she is starring alongside Bhumi Pednekar. The story is about the real-life stories of two female sharpshooters, both above the age of 60 years.
In a recent interview, Taapsee spoke about success, controversies, her debut film Judwaa 2 and her upcoming project Thappad.
She states that she is glad that people have a certain kind of expectation when they watch a movie in which she is. She claims she wants that pressure so that it is worth it both for her and the audience.
In terms of evolution as an actor, Taapsee says,
“as an actor, i’ve changed totally because i’m not a trained actor. i’ve learned on set with every film. you’re living with a character for 30-40 days. every day for 12 hours you’re psyching your brain in that character. it will change something in you mentally. i say it in a funny way, but actually i’m becoming a little psycho after every film because you are suddenly making yourself believe you are this person. your forcing yourself to believe you’re someone else for 50 days at a stretch. of course, this is going to change something in you.”
When asked about the recent contribution she made to controversies in the media, the Badla actress states that this points out that she has gained success. She believes that no one wastes time on someone unimportant. The actress is known for being bold, and opinionated also believes in being open about the things she feels strongly about, as long as she isn’t harming anyone.
On the topic of her debut, Judwaa 2, she states that if it wasn’t for the movie, co-starring with Varun Dhawan, she wouldn’t be a mainstream name, and people would consider her an offbeat actress. She states that if it weren’t for the opportunity to work in Judwaa 2, she would be working in indie movies.
On her latest upcoming release, Thappad, she reveals,
“it’s a story of 8 women woven around my character. it’s gonna be a treat on women’s day. i wanted to have a women’s day release. coincidentally i had badla, which was not really planned for women’s day. it just so happened. but then it worked. i was talking to anubhav sir, that i would really want my film to release on women’s day. he said let’s do thappad. so we planned everything in such a way to release it on women’s day.”