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SHOCKING!!! Taapsee Pannu reveals she was once hit with 'coconut' by a South Indian director

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 21 August 2019, 12:05 AM
Taapsee Pannu. (Image: Instagram)
Taapsee Pannu. (Image: Instagram)

Taapsee Pannu is one of the best actresses that we have today. She has captivated millions of hearts with her great screen presence and stellar performances. Recently, the actress talked about her experiences from her struggling days and revealed that she faced many hardships on her way to success. 

In an interview to Pinkvilla, the actress revealed that a South Indian film director actually threw a coconut on her and she couldn't understand the intention behind it. "For me, it was a shock because I had not seen that happening so when I said that it was a shocker for me...It was very unusual for me to understand the director...it was his way of giving tribute to the beauty of the women because he compares it with flowers or fruits." 

She also added that she made fun of herself later that she got a coconut while everyone else got a flower or a softer fruit. Taapsee also shared that she was considered 'bad luck' back in the day because she was part of a few flop films initially. "I was there only for three songs and a few scenes and I did the film only because the producer was big, the film was big and the director was big and that was my fault that I chose to do a film for these reasons and the repercussions were brutal on me because I was tagged with the bad luck charm which I had to battle for years because I had two-three flop films back to back and I was in the film, so 'yeh panauti' hai','' the actress said.

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Tapsee Pannu's latest release Mission Mangal, has already been declared a hit. The film has crossed the Rs 100 crore mark in just 5 days. The film also stars Vidya Balan, Akshay Kumar and Sonakshi Sinha in pivotal roles. 

First Published: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 03:05 PM
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