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Posted at: Jun 13, 2018, 12:41 AM; last updated: Jun 13, 2018, 12:41 AM (IST)

‘Everything not fair yet’

‘Everything not fair yet’

With no Godfather in the industry, she created her own mark in Bollywood with films like Pink and Naam Shabana. Actress Taapsee Pannu believes that though things are better for “outsiders” in the Hindi film industry; there is still a fair way to go before “everything is fair and square”.

“It’s wonderful to see that the times have changed and being outsiders you are getting a decent amount of opportunities, which are better than what it was before. We’re still not at the level where we can say everything is fair and square. We are at least working towards it and things have improved from what they were. So I have hope they’re going to get better in the future as well,” Taapsee said.

Changing winds

She wants to be remembered as someone who was the part of the change. “Be it in terms of female characters, be it in terms of outsiders, just someone who was contributing to a significant change in the industry,” said the actress. As much as she is cementing her space in films, Taapsee is also ensuring her fashion game is up to the mark. She took to the streets of Rome styled in the latest TAPSEE X KOOVS collection against the backdrop of the iconic Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain and Vatican City for the brand’s summer 2018 line.

On her journey in Bollywood, the actress says she has always ensured making the best use of the opportunities that came her way. — IANS


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