Taapsee Pannu's Five Roles That Are A Resounding "thappad" In The Face Of Patriarchy

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Taapsee Pannu's fans are eager to see her on the big screen with 'Thappad'. But before the release, they are reminiscing all the times she broke all the norms

Written By Yash Tripathi | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Taapsee Pannu is known for her unconventional choices when it comes to choosing her films. Pannu's latest release 'Thappad' is a family drama which also stars Sushil Dahiya, Ram Kapoor and more.

The Naam Shabana star is known for choosing unconventional roles and leading her films to become box office hits. Pannu has portrayed many characters that highlighted the regressive thoughts of the male-dominated society. Taapsee's real-life ideas are not so different from the roles that she portrays in films. Here is a list of some of Taapsee Pannu's best roles that is a tight slap to the mysogynistic ideas and concepts.  

As Amrita in Thappad

Recently, the trailer of the movie Thappad dropped where Taapsee plays the character of Amrita whose seemingly perfect life is shattered when her husband slaps her once in a party. The entire storyline showcases how important it is for a woman to know her dignity and not allow anyone to threaten that. This norm-breaking role brings out the idea that no man should feel comfortable enough to raise a hand on his woman, not even once.

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As Prakashi Tomar in Saand Ki Aankh

Pannu was a part of a biopic movie of two old sharpshooters who are in their 60s. Taapsee played the character of Parkashi Tomar who goes against the male-dominated society to become a renowned name in the list of top sharpshooters in India with her sister-in-law. .

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As Minal Arora in Pink

Pink is a court-room drama which also stars Amitabh Bachchan in a pivotal role. It is amongst the most path-breaking movies of Bollywood. The epic dialogue of "No Means No" is still celebrated amongst the youth. Taapsee essayed the role of Minal Arora, a young girl who is molested  when she denies getting sexually involved with him. 

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