Taapsee Pannu has recently opened up about her struggle that she faced in the film industry. She revealed how she dealt with misogyny in the film industry. Sharing her experience with Filmfare, Taapsee Pannu revealed that she was once replaced from a project because the “hero’s wife didn’t want” her to be a part of it.”
She further 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.”
Taapsee said that she was dubbing dialogues for her film but she was told that the hero didn’t like my dialogue so I should change it. When she refused to change it then they got a dubbing artiste to do it behind her, the Pink actress said.
Taapsee who has achieved a lot like an outsider in the film industry added that once an actor asked her to change her introduction scene so that she wouldn’t overpower him.
"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,” Taapsee said.
She revealed that these are the things that have happened in front of her while she didn’t know what was happened behind her back. Hence, she decided that she will only take up films that will make her feel happy to go to work.
On the work front, the 33-year-old actress has several projects lined-up such as Rashmi Rocket, Aakash Bhatia's Looop Lapeta, Vinil Mathew's Haseen Dillruba (also starring Vikrant Massey), and Rahul Dholakia's Shabaash Mithu.
Recently, Taapsee shared a glimpse of her training session for her upcoming flick, Rashmi Rocket.