Happy Birthday Tapsee Pannu: The actress who proved heroine is not just girl next door

First Published 1, Aug 2019, 6:58 PM IST

One of the most acclaimed actors of Bollywood, Tapsee Pannu has turned 32 today. Be it Baby, Pink or Manmarziyan and Mission Mangal, Tapsee has imprinted her name in the Indian film industry. With her bold act and choice of scripts, she has proved that heroines don't have to always play the girl-next-door, but can also play a pivotal role to the dignity of a heroine. She is one of the actresses who has changed the notion of portraying a stereotypical heroine. Here are 10 pictures of Tapsee that stand true to what she believes in and tries to show her true zeal. MyNation wishes Tapsee Pannu a very happy birthday.

Tapsee Pannu during a photo shoot. Tapsee has not only been projected as bold actress, but also has proved her stance on many socially-concerned issues including harassment against women and stereotyping women in movies.

Tapsee Pannu during a photo shoot. Tapsee has not only been projected as bold actress, but also has proved her stance on many socially-concerned issues including harassment against women and stereotyping women in movies.

Tapsee in the movie Mission Mangal: Tapsee Pannu is to play a vital role along with Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Nitya Menon and others. She once again proved that all she cares about is the script. The actress who has shared screen with Amitabh Bachchan did not hesitate to act along with top actresses as she liked the script.

Tapsee in the movie Mission Mangal: Tapsee Pannu is to play a vital role along with Akshay Kumar, Vidya Balan, Nitya Menon and others. She once again proved that all she cares about is the script. The actress who has shared screen with Amitabh Bachchan did not hesitate to act along with top actresses as she liked the script.

Tapsee in the movie Sand Ki Ankh: This is a yet to be released biopic drama film directed by Tushar Hiranandani and produced by Anurag Kashyap. The film that was initially named Womaniya, is a biopic based on the life of the oldest sharpshooters of India, Chandro Tomar and her sister-in-law Prakashi Tomar.

Tapsee in the movie Sand Ki Ankh: This is a yet to be released biopic drama film directed by Tushar Hiranandani and produced by Anurag Kashyap. The film that was initially named Womaniya, is a biopic based on the life of the oldest sharpshooters of India, Chandro Tomar and her sister-in-law Prakashi Tomar.

Tapsee playing the lead role in the film Game Over: Game Over is a Tamil-Telugu bilingual psychological thriller film directed by Ashwin Saravanan. Tapsee plays the role of a single woman who is a game designer. She is nyctophobic, and suffers from posttraumatic stress also known as 'anniversary reaction'.

Tapsee playing the lead role in the film Game Over: Game Over is a Tamil-Telugu bilingual psychological thriller film directed by Ashwin Saravanan. Tapsee plays the role of a single woman who is a game designer. She is nyctophobic, and suffers from posttraumatic stress also known as 'anniversary reaction'.

After Baby, Tapsee cast in female lead film Naam Shabana, the prequel of Akshay Kumar starrer Baby. The film was so powerful that just a day after its release in Pakistan, the film was banned in the country. Tapsee's acting as a recruit of secret agency, action sequences and conviction won critical acclaim and was considered an asset to Bollywood.

After Baby, Tapsee cast in female lead film Naam Shabana, the prequel of Akshay Kumar starrer Baby. The film was so powerful that just a day after its release in Pakistan, the film was banned in the country. Tapsee's acting as a recruit of secret agency, action sequences and conviction won critical acclaim and was considered an asset to Bollywood.

After Baby, Tapsee cast in female lead film Naam Shabana, the prequel of Akshay Kumar starrer Baby. The film was so powerful that just a day after its release in Pakistan, the film was banned in the country. Tapsee's acting as a recruit of secret agency, action sequences and conviction won critical acclaim and was considered an asset to Bollywood.

After Baby, Tapsee cast in female lead film Naam Shabana, the prequel of Akshay Kumar starrer Baby. The film was so powerful that just a day after its release in Pakistan, the film was banned in the country. Tapsee's acting as a recruit of secret agency, action sequences and conviction won critical acclaim and was considered an asset to Bollywood.

After Pink, acting again with Big B Amitabh Bachchan: This is a crime mystery thriller film. Tapsee plays a successful businesswoman who lives a perfect life with her family. But the plot unfolds as her world turns upside down when she is arrested for the murder of her secret lover. In this film too, Amitabh Bachchan fights Tapsee's case. But both Tapsee and Big B make you sit on the edge of the chair.

After Pink, acting again with Big B Amitabh Bachchan: This is a crime mystery thriller film. Tapsee plays a successful businesswoman who lives a perfect life with her family. But the plot unfolds as her world turns upside down when she is arrested for the murder of her secret lover. In this film too, Amitabh Bachchan fights Tapsee's case. But both Tapsee and Big B make you sit on the edge of the chair.

Tapsee picks a tennis racket at Maharashtra Open tournament: “Today when I finally picked a tennis racket it was in an ATP @maharashtraopen tournament along with some legendary players. This will be memorable and that’s not just coz I looked like the biggest fool on court,” Tapsee wrote on her Instagram account.

Tapsee picks a tennis racket at Maharashtra Open tournament: “Today when I finally picked a tennis racket it was in an ATP @maharashtraopen tournament along with some legendary players. This will be memorable and that’s not just coz I looked like the biggest fool on court,” Tapsee wrote on her Instagram account.

The classic scene of much appreciated movie Manmarziyan: Totally different from the roles Tapsee played, Manmarziyan shows the actress in a complete different light. She is a girl who wants to live life on her terms. Though she was shown as bubbly girl in the movie, here too she broke the stereotype and proved she is an unconventional actress in every sense.

The classic scene of much appreciated movie Manmarziyan: Totally different from the roles Tapsee played, Manmarziyan shows the actress in a complete different light. She is a girl who wants to live life on her terms. Though she was shown as bubbly girl in the movie, here too she broke the stereotype and proved she is an unconventional actress in every sense.

All emotional after watching Mulk, starring Rishi Kapoor: Directed by Anubhav Sinha, the film is based on a real-life story. It revolves around the struggles of a Muslim joint family living in a Hindu majority town in India.  The family fought to reclaim their honor after a member of their family was involved in terrorism. Tapsee plays a lawyer and tries to bring justice to the affected Muslim man's (played by Rishi Kapoor) family. The movie was so effective that many admitted to have cried while watching it.

All emotional after watching Mulk, starring Rishi Kapoor: Directed by Anubhav Sinha, the film is based on a real-life story. It revolves around the struggles of a Muslim joint family living in a Hindu majority town in India. The family fought to reclaim their honor after a member of their family was involved in terrorism. Tapsee plays a lawyer and tries to bring justice to the affected Muslim man's (played by Rishi Kapoor) family. The movie was so effective that many admitted to have cried while watching it.

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