For the fans of Taapsee, it’s a known fact that she initiated her acting career from the south Indian film industry, and has bridged her space in the Hindi film industry with many releases and commercial success. The actress considers it her strength that she is an "outsider" in the industry. When asked how she manages with the 'outsider' tag, Taapsee told IANS here: "Yes, I am an outsider and I don't see it as a bad thing. I am a happy outsider. I am not popular among the creme of our fraternity, and when I am not shooting, I travel and observe people who have a regular life, out of the film world.”
"I think it is my strength that I am an outsider who can bring a lot of real elements in the performance because of a normal life. Also, I go to bed early and wake up early, so partying late night does not suit my lifestyle... I am in a happy space, really."Last year, Taapsee had in her bag some four Bollywood releases namely Mulk, Manmarziyaan and one Telugu film Neevevaro. This year, after Game Over, she has Mission Mangal and Saand Ki Aankh. Recently, she got herself a new apartment in Mumbai.
When asked that what’s her take on success, she said- "It was on my bucket list that I want my own car, an apartment and a steady career by the time I am 30 years old. So thankfully I have managed to fulfill all of it. Now, I have a bigger milestone to achieve in which producers will not stop themselves to invest money in my films thinking it is an 'unconventional' and 'female-centric' film," shared the Manmarziyaan actor.
"I know it is a success-driven industry but I also know that if I keep delivering content-driven films that are commercially successful, change is bound to happen... it will happen and I can see it," Taapsee asserted.
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