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‘The role stays with me even after the film is over’: Taapsee Pannu on ‘Game Over’ and more

Taapsee Pannu has become the go-to actress for women-centric films or those with strong, feisty roles. Whether it was Pink (2016), Naam Shabana (2017) or Mulk (2018), she has stood out, thanks to her acting chops. Her last release Manmarziyaan was an intense love triangle with her at the centre of it. And now, the fiery performer will be seen in the Tamil-Telugu bilingual Game Over, which is being dubbed in Hindi and opening in cinemas  on the same day. The 31-year-old considers it as a huge honour. “It usually happens for big South stars and even then, their films don’t release on the same date. The movies are dubbed and aired on TV later,” she tells us. This just goes to show the long strides the talented star has taken, becoming a name to reckon with in Bollywood as well as the South. In a candid chat, she tells us more about the upcoming thriller and her other projects.