Taapse Pannu has been doing promotional rounds for her film Badla that just released to great reviews yesterday. Taapsee appeared on Comedian-host Abhish Mathews’s chat show with co-guest dancer-anchor Shakti Mohan and the three of them got us in complete stitches. While there were a lot of revelations on the show, one such revelation was the enterprising nature of actress Taapsee Pannu. As reported earlier, Taapsee who owns a badminton team called Pune 7 Aces, also revealed about the other business she owns with her sister. The Wedding Factory is a marriage events company that Tapsee owns with her sister. They do weddings in India and now have started doing international weddings too.
While talking to Abhish, Taapsee hysterically made a public announcement asking people to get in touch with The Wedding Factory for any upcoming – weddings, birthdays, baby showers, breakup parties they may be hosting. Co-guest Shakti Mohan and Abhish swiftly added to her plea, suggesting they could offer packaged deals with The Wedding Factory where Shakti could provide photography and Abhish would additionally provide emcee services. It was really fun to see the humour and light-heartedness of the conversation and refreshing to see a mainstream actress like Taapsee not taking things too seriously and having a laugh.
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Tapsee Pannu’s film Badla just hit theatres yesterday and the reviews that are coming in are great. The crime thriller directed by Sujoy Ghosh has been adapted from the Spanish film Contratiempo (The Invisible Guest). Taapsee is known for taking up challenging roles and has often come out of it a winner and applause. When we asked her about her selection process Taapsee said, “Yes, I play characters that are flawed and far from perfect. But that’s because that’s how real women are. It’s the society that puts them on a pedestal and expects them to be holier-than-thou. Women strangle their desires in trying to live up to these expectations all their lives.” Stay tuned to CineBlitz for Bollywood gossips.