Southern actor Taapsee Pannu, who tasted success with her Bollywood debut, David Dhawan’s Chashme Baddoor, will sign her second Hindi film only if something big comes her way. “I haven’t come across anything big. My next film can only be better than this. I won’t take a step down. I’m waiting for bigger projects,” says the 25-year-old.
In the time where remakes are not doing well, this film broke the trend by performing well at the box office. “While we were shooting, it never crossed our minds that we are doing a remake. Anyway it’s not exactly the same. I think it worked as it was adapted to the present time. Script should connect with the audience of today,” she reasons.
The North Delhiite was the only girl on the sets but she was treated just like another guy. “These guys (Ali Zafar, Siddharth, Divyendu Sharma) never made me feel like a girl. I was the fourth guy. So it wasn’t as great as people think as I was one of them (laughs),” shares the actor.
Talking about her co-stars, she tells us that she bonded the most with Divyendu. “We both are from Delhi, so there was an instant connect,” says the actor.
However, she adds about her other co-stars: “Ali is shy, quiet and introvert. He’s totally opposite of me. I was mesmerised with his Punjabi singing. I have known Siddharth for two years now since we both are from Telugu and Tamil industry. But it was the first time I worked with him. He’s the most experienced out of all of us. All of them were great. It was 50-55 days of fun.”