Taapsee Pannu needs
no introduction whatsoever. In 2017 alone, she had films like Naam Shabana,
Judwaa 2, Soorma and the Ghazi Attack under her belt. To top off the list, she
also made her short film debut, Nitishastra, that rocked and shocked audiences
worldwide. She is all set to be seen next in Mulk.
On her birthday, let’s look at 4 things that work for Taapsee Pannu.
Taapsee's Interesting Choice Of Roles
In over five years the actress has played a spy, a hockey
player, a small town Punjabi kudi, a victim who fights for her rights, a lawyer
who fight for a community that is repeatedly targeted, a visually challenged
girl and a martial arts instructor. In between all of this she also played a
stereotypical Bollywood heroine as well. We are not taking into account the
roles she has played down South, the versatility she has show in five
years, a few others take a lifetime to do.
Impressive Films In Bollywood & Down South
While a lot of actors come from one industry to another to try their luck and many fail in one and succeed in the other, it is safe to say Taapseehas seen success in both. She has built a name for herself in Telugu and Tamil cinema and Bollywood as well. The actress has worked with the bigwigs of all industries and dubs her own lines no matter which language. Now, you know why Bollywood, Tollywood and Kollywood loves her.
Taapsee's Never Give Up Attitude
Taapsee has had an uphill climb to get where she has gotten. But even with a gap of a year and a half between Chashme Badoor and Baby, the actress refused to give up hope and kept at it. Her hard work showed with back-to-back films like Baby, Pink, Ghazi Attack, Naam Shabana, Judwaa 2 all becoming successes. While many others stray away from trying something new, Taapsee charges in that direction and always has a hit.
A lot of people sometimes need help to get by, especially in the industry. They use political connections, family connections and business associations to get ahead. But Taapsee hasn’t taken that route, she began with no godfather and continues to rule the cinemas solely on her talent, hard work and skill. A true role model indeed.