Taapsee Pannu on not winning awards despite films like Pink, Mulk: ‘Maybe it is not in my kundali after all’
On-screen character Taapsee Pannu as of late said that getting assigned for film grants isn't a measuring stick to quantify a decent act with. She clarified her position on the entertainment pageants further at the ongoing HT India's Most Stylish Awards in Mumbai.
"I don't feel it any longer (the resentment). Two years back, around Pink, when I was genuinely new around then, so around then it used to be somewhat odd, a little unbalanced that perhaps I am not meriting enough around then. Possibly I am new that is the reason. Perhaps on the grounds that I have not worked in any of those Rs 100 crore films. So I even did Judwaa 2. I completed a ton of things however then I thought possibly it isn't in my 'kundali' by any means," she said.
Taapsee added that she has figure out how to acknowledge it. "It's alright. I want to live with it. I am content with it, I have acknowledged it. It took me two years to acknowledge it. However at this point I am basically fine with it," she said.
The performing artist as of late answered a tweet by Quint, which called attention to a few issues with the current year's Filmfare grants. The video tended to how the honors snow scorned Taapsee for her execution in Manmarziyaan.
"Furthermore, the inquiry number 10 to you stunning individuals... since when are these honors extreme measuring stick to how great you were??? The way that all of you missed me there is a major affirmation for me, I can cheerfully live with that and make all the more such motion pictures you cherish me in," Taapsee wrote in her tweet.
Taapsee's exhibitions in Pink, Manmarziyaan, Mulk and all the more as of late Badla, were valued by groups of onlookers and commentators alike. She has worked with performers like Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar and executives like Anurag Kashyap and Sujoy Ghosh.
The performing artist is at present shooting for Saand Ki Aankh with Bhumi Pednekar. She has been sharing pictures from the film's sets for half a month. In one of the pictures, Taapsee and Bhumi can be seen presenting with dairy animals compost cakes, while in another photo, they are seen swinging by the draping foundations of a Banyan tree, being wearing ghagras.
"What a brilliant smell...it appears something astounding is being cooked," the Pink on-screen character composed while sharing the looks at rustic life. The film depends on octogenarian sharpshooters - Chandro Tomar and her sister-in-law Prakashi Tomar.
Chandro, 87, and Prakashi, 82, are from Uttar Pradesh's Johri town and supposedly took up sharpshooting in their 50s. Chandro, affectionately called shooter 'dadi', is among the world's most seasoned female sharpshooters.
Coordinated by Tushar Hiranandani, Saand Ki Aankh likewise includes Prakash Jha and Vicky Kadian in crucial jobs.
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