Taapsee Pannu Says Working Bollywood Doesn't Mean She Needs To Compromise Her Career In The South, Calls It A 'Luxury'
Taapsee Pannu On Her Career In South Indian Films
Taapsee Pannu after a fruitful career in South Indian films found a strong foothold in Bollywood as well and the actress isn’t willing to give up on either side. Working on atleast one south Indian project in a year, Taapsee wants to maintain a balance between working in Bollywood, Telugu and Tamil films and feels that to be able to work place one shouldn’t have to give up on the other.
Talking to ETimes Taapsee admits that when she started working in Hindi film it was something she wanted to give more attention to as she had to get used to the space but feels that once a fair body of work has been built in both places it proves one's capability. The Thappad actress also mentioned that she was told she’d have to compromise on one industry to build a career in another.
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She added to her argument saying, “Acting is a skill, the more you use it, the better it becomes. Working in different industries, environments and cultures has helped me grow as an actor and a human being. Every time I start a new film, I have to brush up my Tamil or Telugu language skills, which is a learning experience. I consider myself lucky, else who gets the privilege of working in different languages and being accepted in more than one industry? I think it is a luxury.”
Taapsee is one of the busiest actresses in Bollywood today and has recently wrapped up her first schedule for Rashmi Rocket. The actress has been shooting back to back where she also shot for a film with Tamil star Vijay Sethupathi in Jaipur.