Through a Telugu movie titled Jhummandi Nadam, Taapsee Pannu has made her debut in the year 2010. Over the years, Taapsee has managed do films in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. She has managed to maintain a balance between her works in multiple industries. Before her debut in Bollywood with David Dhawan’s Chasme Badoor in the year 2013, Taapsee has been part of several South Indian movies. Now, Taapsee has become an acclaimed actor in Bollywood by showcasing her excellent performance in the movies like Pink, Baby, Badla and Thappad.
During a recent interview, Taapsee Pannu has revealed how she has managed to maintain balance between different industries. On the occasion, Saand Ki Aankh actress has been told that she has compromise in one industry in order to become successful. However, Taapsee has never agreed to this logic. Taapsee has said on the subject further, “The one thing I understood was that when I started off in Hindi films, I wanted to give it more attention, as I had to get used to this industry and be more visible here”
According to Taapsee, everyone may agree with her now that an actor can do significant amount of work in different movie industries. Taapsee has never been worried of the fact that she is doing more movies from one industry in comparison to other On the occasion, Taapsee has ensured the fact that she is doing minimum one South Indian movie in a year. Recently, Taapsee has shot in Jaipur for Tamil movie starring Vijay Sethupathi.
Expressing the fact that she does not want to stop doing South Indian movies at all as there are good movies to work. Badla actress has said “The audience there has liked my films for so many years and continue to do so even after I started working in Hindi films”
Taapsee has also said that working on multiple industries has helped her to become a good human being and also improve her acting skills. Once she starts a South Indian movie, Taapsee starts to brush up her language skills. So, it is a learning experience for her. Taapsee has also added “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”