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Happy Birthday Taapsee Pannu: Powerful dialogues of the Haseen Dillruba star that will always resonate with cinephiles
Taapsee Pannu entered Bollywood in 2013 with Chashme Baddoor and in less than a decade she has already carved a niche for herself. The beauty with brain has floored the audience and the critics alike with her brilliant choice of scripts. From comedy, thrillers to social drama, Taapsee has done it all and with each of her films she is just setting the benchmark higher for herself. Today on the occasion of the Thappad actress' 34th birthday, lets have a look at some of her most hard-hitting dialogues that will be remembered for years to come.
Taapsee's latest release Haseen Dillruba may have received polarized reviews, but the film had some of the most memorable dialogues. Taapsee played Rani in the film who is accused of killing her husband (Vikrant Massey) with help of her lover (Harshvardhan Rane). Rani's words, "Sambandh toh maansik hota hai, sharirik toh sambhog hota hai" gave us all an insight into her fascination with Hindi pulp fiction novels.
Anubhav Sinha's Thappad is one of the most important and special films in Taapsee's filmography. “Jod ke rakhni padi koi cheez toh matlab tooti huyi hai na?”- this dialogue from the film is my personal favorite.
"Ek mulk kagaz pe naksho ki lakeeron se nahi badhta... mulk badhta hai rang se, bhasha se, dharam se, zaat se"- This one dialogue from Taapsee's Mulk starrer speaks volumes about the time that we live in.
The film in itself is one of the most hard-hitting films that came out of Bollywood in recent times. “Agar ladkiyan, ladkon ke saath dinner ya drinks pe jaati hai to ye unki apni choice hoti hai. Available hone ka sign board nahi banke jaati,"- this dialogue from the film perfectly captured the deep rooted misogyny in our society.
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"Mardangi dhoti aur moochon mein na hove hai ... mardangi jigar mein hove,"-Now that sums up everything good about this film. Taapse Pannu is smashing patriarchy one film at a time.