Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu is the kind of actress who knows how to make a film a hit on her own. Taapsee has many film projects. Apart from films, Taapsee is also known for her impeccable style and she openly expresses her opinion on every issue.
Actress Taapsee Pannu's 'Haseen Dillruba' has released a few days back. Actors Vikrant Massey and Harshvardhan Rane are in the lead roles along with Taapsee in the film. Due to the Corona epidemic, this film was released on Netflix OTT. Meanwhile, a Hollywood film was also released, named - 'The Tomorrow War.'
Instead of Taapsee's film, some film critics described The Tomorrow War as better, just then what was Taapsee's mercury high. Now the actress has also targeted Hollywood, taking the criticism of film critics. Taapsee said that some people are making personal comments on her about her performance, which she did not like at all.
Recently, Taapsee reacted to the tweet of a film journalist, who wrote that her fellow film critics did not see anything good in Haseen Dilruba, which is original content, and she considered The Tomorrow War film above this film.
Haseen Dillruba Trailer-
Agreeing with the point of the film journalist, Taapsee Pannu wrote in her reply – "Sir this is not Hollywood, where everything flows. It is always acclaimed regardless of its flaws. As much as we experiment here, it always seems small, so we find them 'unnecessary' no matter what we do. Maybe working out of LA would help."
Tomorrow War Trailer-
Significantly, Taapsee's film Haseen Dillruba was released on July 2, and the Hollywood film The Tomorrow War was also released on the same day. Chris Pratt is in the lead role in this Hollywood movie. Both the films clashed together, due to which the audience also got divided.
Earlier, in an interview, Taapsee has talked about the pay disparity between male and female actors in Bollywood. Taapsee Pannu said, 'If a female actor demands a higher fee, she is labeled 'difficult' and 'problematic'. And if a male actor asks for a higher fee, it is said to be a sign of his success. The difference is that the male actors who started their career with me earn 3-5 times more than me. And as we move into the high star category, the gap widens."