I want to do glamour: Taapsee Pannu

Taapsee Pannu has managed to make a name for herself in Bollywood and Kollywood.
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Taapsee Pannu has managed to make a name for herself in Bollywood and Kollywood.

 Taapsee Pannu After doing movies in Kollywood, Bollywood and Tollywood, the pretty actress rose to fame with the movie Pink, starring alongside Amitabh Bachchan. With several movies in her kitty, the actress says she would love to take a break from doing action drama films and try here hand in colour and glamour.

While she awaits the release of her next, Judwaa 2, the 29-year-old actress says, “I want to play roles my age and my type also. I am a huge Bollywood buff. I have grown up watching masala films all my life. I love to dance and have fun. I am an audience to such films so why should I not do such films?’

“I have seen ‘Judwaa’ and all of David sir’s films. I wanted to shift and break from what I have been doing. If I don’t do it then it will be boring for the audience. I am really looking forward to adding some crazy, fun colours and glamour to my career,” said Taapsee.

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Actress may be looking beyond the action genre but she is excited about the release of “Naam Shabana”. Taapsee says the film is an experimentation for the whole cast and crew but it is definitely worth the risk.

“It is the first spin-off and that too of a female character. The filmmakers are taking a risk by making a film on a girl. I am looking forward to it. It is an experimentation for everyone. I am excited to see the reaction of the audience. It is worth the the risk because it has opened up a whole new genre in Bollywood.”


Taapsee was part of last year’s most successful female- centric film “Pink”, which delivered a progressive, provocative and powerful statement about the rights and position of women in the society. The film received an overwhelming response at the box office hence showing the audience’s growing acceptance for women-led films.

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