Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu was last seen in Rajkumar Hirani’s ‘Dunki’ along with Shah Rukh Khan. The actress is enjoying the success of ‘Dunki,’ which has garnered good reviews and performed well at the box office. She has recently spoken about her experiences working with two legendary actors, Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan.
In a recent interview with Raj Shamani on his YouTube channel, Taapsee talked about her collaboration with Amitabh Bachchan in films like ‘Pink’ and ‘Badla’. She said that Amitabh is one of the few actors who can enhance his co-actors’ performance just by looking into their eyes. She added that he never intimidates his co-actors, and acting in the movie while looking into his eyes gave her the most joyous experience ever. Taapsee emphasized that he never made her feel inferior due to his knowledge and experience. Instead, he treated her like Abhishek Bachchan would, creating a comfortable and collaborative work environment.

While talking about Shah Rukh Khan, Taapsee spoke highly of the actor’s self-assurance and confidence. She considered herself fortunate to have spent a significant amount of time with SRK during the shoot. Taapsee attributed Shah Rukh Khan’s superstardom to his self-confidence, deep self-awareness, and extensive knowledge. She explained that SRK’s confidence stems from a strong understanding of his strengths and weaknesses, coupled with his well-read nature. Despite not overtly showcasing his knowledge, when you engage in conversation with him, you realize the depth of his understanding.

Taapsee also commended Shah Rukh Khan’s marketing skills, noting his adept use of tools to promote his brand. She highlighted his awareness of being the best in the industry and how it is complemented by his knowledge.

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The actress is gearing up for the sequel to her well-accepted 2021 movie ‘Haseen Dillruba’ with Vikrant Massey.

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