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Taapsee Pannu slams critics for favoring Hollywood films over Indian films


Taapsee Pannu slams critics for favoring Hollywood films over Indian films

Actress Taapsee Pannu is quite disappointed to see critics personally criticizing her giving negative reviews to her latest film, ‘Haseen Dillruba’. “Film criticism is very subjective. Criticism of the film and the character is welcome and helps me learn and improve what I think has enormous significance, but the personal digs are what bring a reviewer down to a trolling,” Taapsee tweeted in a response to a review written by one of the film critics.

She also talked about how some critics give preference to the Hollywood film, “The Tomorrow War”, over the Hindi film “Haseen Dillruba”. For the uninitiated, both films were released on Friday this week. When a reporter tweeted about how a few critics are smitten with “The Tomorrow War” but forgot to see merit in the original “Haseen Dillruba,” Taapsee wasn’t shy about speaking his mind.

“Sir Hollywood hai na, sab chalta hai. It’s always an aspiration regardless of the flaws. Yahan hum jitna marzi experiment kar le it’s always insufficient and moreover, we seem ‘redundant’ to them, no matter what we Maybe working in Los Angeles will help (Sir, it’s Hollywood. All worthwhile. It’s always ambitious, no matter what the flaws. It doesn’t matter how many experiments we do here. do. Maybe working in LA will help),” Taapsee wrote in response to the reporter’s tweet which read, “Interesting that the same fellow critics who see no merit in the highly original and provocative #HaseenDillruba are struck by the super shitty awful god artificially scary #TheTomorrowWar”

Earlier, Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel shared a review of Taapsee Pannu’s performance in the film and celebrated the negative reviews she received. Rangoli said Taapsee had no range and it was time for the ball to burst.

Rangoli wrote: “The fraud created by the mafia is exposed, but only in silent whispers, no one says it openly, so I decided to do the deed, a one-tone actor who has absolutely no presence onscreen, no lineup, no real personality or onscreen presence , is pitted against one of the greatest actors Indian cinema has ever seen … not only does she openly imitate and copy Kangana, but label her also of irrelevant and double filter, aaj isko bhi critiques ne nanga kar diya. Ye gubbara bhi footna hi tha, foot gaya (critics showed him the truth. This balloon was bound to pop one day and he did).

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Haseen Dillruba is about a woman being investigated as a suspect in the murder of her husband. She reveals details about their thorny marriage that seem to only blur the truth further. The film is directed by Vinil Mathew and written by Kanika Dhillon, who also wrote Kangana Ranaut with Judgmentall Hai Kya.

-with ANI inputs