Taapsee Pannu, who is currently riding high on the success of her latest release Pink, says she doesn’t find a difference between southern cinema and Bollywood as she has had good and bad experiences in both.
Taapsee made her acting debut with the 2010 Telugu film Jhummandi Naadam and ventured into Bollywood in 2013 Chashme Baddoor. Asked if she finds any difference between the two industries, Taapsee told IANS over phone from Hyderabad: “Nothing. Apart from the language, I don’t feel any difference because I have had good or bad experiences in both the industries.”
The actress will soon be seen sharing screen space with actor Rana Daggubati in the upcoming film Ghazi. The submarine-based war film is directed by debutant Sankalp.
Taapsee Pannu garnered a lot of praise for her performance in Pink and now with the rumours doing rounds about it being remade in Telugu, the actor says she will love to be a part of it. Taapsee said, “I don’t know about that till now, but if they do approach me, I would love to do.”
Talking about how she feels about Pink success, the actress said all the appreciation has made her more cautious about the choice of roles she makes, as she doesn’t want to disappoint her fans.
“The response I got for those 20 minutes in ‘Baby’ was very good because of which I got a lot of other films in which you’ll be seeing me next year. Now, it has got escalated to certain other level after ‘Pink, which makes me a little scared, now what do I choose to live up to those expectations,” the 29-year-old said.