Taapsee Pannu, who will be next seen in ‘Judwaa 2,’ says that despite starting out in Tollywood with glamorous roles, it still took three years to land a glamorous role in Bollywood.
She started her Bollywood career in 2013 with ‘Chashme Baddoor,’ where she essayed the role of Seema, “the girl next door.” Later, she forayed into different ventures like ‘Baby’ (2015), where she played the role of a spy, ‘Pink’ (2016), where she fought against the system for getting justice for herself and her friends and ‘Naam Shabana’ (2017), a prequel to ‘Baby.’
Now, for the first time, has landed a glamorous role in ‘Judwaa 2.’ reports The Statesman.
Pannu, who will be seen playing “Rambha,” from the original ‘Judwaa’ (1997), says, “It’s a fun film. It’s about a lot of dancing. It has a lot of glamour. In the south, I started off as a glamorous girl. Here it took me three years to convince people that I can be glamorous enough to be part of Judwaa 2.” While speaking about her character, she compared her version with the original character.
“I am with Prem, but my character-sketch is not like Rambha’s. The scenes are different; the backdrop of the girl is different. I’m very much of a modern NRI college girl who stays in London. Even in a glamorous film, they made me a college girl next door. So, I’m a glamorous girl next door this time. So, I can’t classify as Karisma Kapoor or Rambha,” the star added.
The film, which also stars Varun Dhawan in a double role, and Jacqueline Fernandez, will release on 29th September.
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