Taapsee Pannu: Despite being a sardarni from Delhi, I can’t use Hindi expletives


Taapsee Pannu is getting a lot of praise for her role in Anurag Kashyap’s ‘Manmarziyaan’ which is a modern day love story. The film also stars Vicky Kaushal and Abhishek Bachchan in lead roles.

In a recent interview with DNA India, Taapsee revealed that she is not comfortable using Hindi expletives. “I have an issue with abusing in Hindi. I can still abuse in English, but despite being a sardarni from Delhi, I can’t use Hindi expletives. So, I had told Anurag sir, ‘Don’t make me give gaalis in your film because it won’t come naturally to me.” Even though my demeanour may seem aggressive, you will be surprised that in the entire film, I never abuse. It’s just the body language and the way I talk, it looks like I’m using expletives. There are no social taboos,” she said.

In the same interview, Taapsee also spoke about how she did not see herself as an actress who shied away from commercial cinema completely. She said that even though she did offbeat cinema, she wanted her films to be entertaining and accessible. She also said that she doesn’t understand festival films which are meant for a niche audience.

Definitely, Taapsee is thrilled with the success of her film and we hope that she foes from strength to strength as an actress in the coming years.

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