Pink, Mulk, Badla and more; actor Taapsee Pannu's tryst with content driven films seems to be never-ending. It was back in September 2018 when Anurag Kashyap’s Manmarziyaan starring Taapsee Pannu, Abhishek Bachchan, and Vicky Kaushal made it to the big screens. The film’s engaging plot managed to strike a chord with its audience, thus, helping the film open to rave reviews. In 2019, Taapsee has once again charmed the audiences with her acting prowess in Game Over. But unfortunately going by the box office numbers of the flick, the film has tanked at the box office. The movie in a week's span could only churn Rs 9.02 crore at the ticket window. Pannu in an interview had shared that she was borderline depressed while filming for Game Over but looks like after her latest film's debacle, she has another reason to be sad.
In an interview with Mid-Day, Taapsee Pannu spoke about her character from the film and said, "With Game Over, I was getting borderline depressed. I had to keep thinking about my biggest fears, again and again, for 35 days, every single day, for 12 hours. I used to text my sister since she is my only bouncing board. I don't freak my parents out. It would be quite scary for them to see their daughter going through these mental ups and downs."
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This experience has been so empowering. All you need to do is make a GOOD film. The audience takes care of the rest ❤️🤗 #GameOver #Empowered
Prior to Game Over, Taapsee's earlier crime thriller Badla also garnered good reviews and did good at the box office. In a previous interview with IANS, the actress said the types of roles she plays, takes a toll on her mind. "I really had to psyche myself out to understand the character who has gone through a dark incident and how her body and mind reacts after one year. She is traumatised. It was quite exhausting emotionally and playing such roles surely takes a toll on me," Taapsee said.Read More