Taapsee Pannu is a noted player with a strong stance. The star never gives up on expressing his views and opinions without looking at them. Often, the words Taapti are discussed in Bollywood. The actress is appearing in mostly female roles. The characters of the star are noted. Taapsee Pannu has been the subject of discussion on social media and in Bollywood columns. Tara’s words are a matter of debate. In Bollywood, the actress has revealed that she is getting both the hero and the heroine. This was revealed during a press conference at the 50th Indian International Film Festival (IFFI).
There have been many rumors about discrimination in the film industry. Many actresses have openly asserted that there is a difference between the male and the female in the film and the reward. Now the same thing is repeated. “The heroine of a Bollywood film does not even get half the rewards she gets,” Taapsee said. The heroine doesn’t get a quarter of what she gets. To make a female-centric film, the hero’s half the reward is enough. “We still have a long way to go to reach that goal,” he said. This situation, which has persisted for years, is expected to change over time. “The only way to eliminate this reward gap is to win female-centric characters at the box office,” she said. Taapsee had earlier stated his position on the patriarchy of cinema. Badla was the film’s biggest hit.
Amitabh Bachchan also played the lead role in the film along with Taapsee. Badla has been a hit in theaters and is known as a Bachchan film. The actor revealed this on Neha Dhupia’s show. Amitabh Bachchan also had a combination of scenes. Despite his screen presence, it is still considered a Bachchan film. The star has revealed his worst teammate. She was asked to name the star who was the worst with her performance and who was not present in Bollywood. The star replied in the name of Harsh Vardhan Kapoor. Harsh Vardhan got another movie because he is the star son. If not for Anil Kapoor’s son, he would not have made a second film after Harsh Vardhan.