Taapsee Pannu opens up about competitiveness in Bollywood, says ‘There is no industry without competition, stress today’ | Hindi Movie News - Bollywood - Times of India

Taapsee Pannu is one terrific actress on screen and off screen she’s one blob of sunshine who’s always candid. The actress is known for speaking her mind on various important issues in the country. Now in a recent conversation, Taapsee said that there is no industry without competition and stress today. Talking about life in Bollywood being fastpaced and how it takes a toll, Taapsee said, 'It is a very competitive industry, just like other industries. Just that our competition comes in front of the camera for the world to judge. So, it becomes slightly more stressful, but everyone knows about it when they get into it.' She added, 'It's not like somebody forced us into it. We were aware of the fact that we will be in front of the camera and people would want to know more and more about us, so we were aware of that when we entered. So, something in return of that unconditional love we get from the audience is a price we pay. That attracts stress and it's a part of every competitive industry. There is competition in every industry. There is no industry without competition and stress today.' Well, the actress recently had an OTT release of her film Haseen Dilruba which has been winning accolades and hearts amidst the viewers. However, the movie received mixed-to-negative reviews from critics. Filmmaker Yasmin Kidwai said that the movie depicts toxic masculine love', and 'a woman needing to prove herself in the kitchen while being denied any rights for herself. Soon after Taapsee responded to the tweet saying, 'If we want films to not reflect the society we live in and constantly present what is the ideal world to be in then I think we should stop raising voice against all those powers too that suppress the voice of cinema when reality is projected.'

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