Trying to prove that Hero has no gender, says Taapsee Pannu

In the Bollywood Industry, a male actor is called a hero. Taapsee Pannu has come forward and stated that she is trying to break this gender-based stereotype and will make efforts slowly and steadily.
 
The 31-year-old actress believes that the fans and audience should equally accept female-centric films from both the film industry and this can really help fill the gap between male and female-centric films.
 

According to the actress, a hero shouldn’t be characterized by its gender and she is trying to prove that. For so many years, Industry has addressed ‘Hero’ to the male actors only and slowly she is trying to change it. A lot of efforts and patience is required from female artists who are trying to prove the same.
 
Further to her statement, she cited an example saying that her last film ‘Game Over’ failed to cross Rs 100 crore club. She accepts this fact of heroism.
 
Taapsee's last two hit film, Badla (over Rs 100 crore in India) and Game Over (Rs 11 crore in India) were led by women and the actress believes that there are the audiences for female-centric films as well.
 
Meanwhile, on the work front, Taapsee will be seen in ‘Mission Mangal’ alongside Akshay Kumar and ‘Saand Ki Aankh’ alongside Bhumi Pednekar.

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