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Taapsee Pannu Says She Was Replaced Because Hero’s Wife Didn’t Want Her In The Film

Taapsee Pannu is a brilliant actress who has given us some memorable performances over the years. her notable work includes movies like ‘Thappad‘, ‘Mulk’ and ‘Pink’. The actress is known for her straightforward and candid nature. In a recent interview, the leading actress said that she was once replaced because of one silly reason.

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In an interview with a top reputed magazine, Taapsee Pannu talked about how she was not accepted in the industry. She was told that she was not pretty enough to star as the lead actress and how she had to face misogyny at the starting of her career. In her words, the actress said, “I faced some really weird things in the beginning like she isn’t pretty enough. I’ve been replaced because the hero’s wife didn’t want me to be part of the film. I was dubbing for one of my films and I was told that the hero didn’t like my dialogue so I should change it. When I refused to change it, they got a dubbing artiste to do it behind my back. There was a time when I was told the hero’s previous film didn’t work, so you slash your price because we need to control the budget. There was some hero who wanted my introduction scene changed because he felt it would overpower his introduction scene. These are the things that have happened in front of me, I don’t know what’s happened behind my back,”

Taapsee Pannu Replaced
Taapsee Pannu Replaced

She went on to say that she has decided to accept films that will make her happy and excited to go to work every day. She even said that many people in the industry have warned her otherwise, but she chooses to listen to her heart as no matter how long the journey is, she is going to enjoy each and every day, and that’s what really matters.

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Taapsee Pannu will be seen in several projects next year, some of which include Rashmi Rocket, Haseen Dillruba, Looop Lapeta, and Shabaash Mithu.

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