These 10 Bold Dialogues From Taapsee Pannu's Movies Will Awaken A True Woman In You

A lady with class, a woman with attitude!

These 10 Bold Dialogues From Taapsee Pannu's Movies Will Awaken A True Woman In You
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A young lady in making, Taapsee Pannu is perceived as a fierce actress and a woman with a 'class'. Her absolutely stunning choice of movies that she opted for while her acting career in Bollywood, has made her the most outrageous and audacious diva.

The Delhi born Sikhni made her first debut in Bollywood from the movie Chashme Baddoor (2013) followed by Baby (2015). Although her bold role was first recognised in Shoojit Sircar's Pink as Meenal Arora and thereby she continued her best work in the film Naam Shabana, the pre-sequel of Baby as Shabana Khan.

As per the reports by Bangalore Mirror, Taapsee Pannu says "Film Industry has taught me a lot of patience. Back in times I often got into fights with boys because I was short-tempered." Growing up, she continued to fight hard against fears and preconceived notions and after all 'fortune favours the bold'. She got the offer to work in Pink, she took the challenge and never looked back. 

From following her passion despite the concerns her parents voiced, to paving the path for a career that is poised handling the difficult situations, Taapsee Pannu is our poster girl for making bold moves. So, let's take a look at her most fierce dialogues till date. More power to you Taapsee!

#1 Because girls who drink are also ready for...

#1 Because girls who drink are also ready for...

A majority of Indian men perceive that almost every other girl on this planet who drinks with her guy mates have the tendency to do sex with them.

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#2 If a girl is late at night.

#2 If a girl is late at night.

Of course, 'itni raat ko kahan thi?', 'shareef ghar ki ladkiyan der raat tak ghar se baahar nahi rehti', blah-blah, are the major questions that the society asks. Instead, if a boy is out, people say, 'ladka hai kuch bhi karey, tum ladki ho!'

Just the minute and hour hands are sufficient to decide the character of a girl.

#3 'NO' means 'NO'! Get it?

#3 'NO' means 'NO'! Get it?

Yeah, 'NO' is defined clearly in the dictionary. Guys must get this straight into their heads if a girl says 'NO' that means she's not into you. Just stop!

#4 Liability or asset?

#4 Liability or asset?

I would like to ask the society, why is it that a drunk man is accountable for his own self, while a drunk woman is treated as a public property? Think of it...!

#5 I'm not 'Available'.

#5 I'm not 'Available'.

If a woman is drinking, smoking or having a late night dinner at a restaurant, she's wrong. But if a man does so, he's 'masculine. Oh! What a hypocrisy. A girl is not allowed to do whatever her heart desires, but a man has full freedom to do so. Why? Is it because the women were created to be just a domestic slave?

#6 I'm not a public property.

#6 I'm not a public property.

If a girl goes to a party and she likes to drink, that doesn't mean she's your property. If she talks to you she's not someone to be taken as 'Here For Sex'.

#7 Independency confuses?

#7 Independency confuses?

Really? It's like a happy independent woman says, "Hey, man! I live alone at my home. You can come anytime for sex." Of course, and why not? A girl has got no family, no ambitions and absolutely no happiness of living with herself. Just sex on her mind! Right, guys?

#8 Why so scared?

#8 Why so scared?

Yes, bring it on. Don't threaten us because we girls acted against the injustice done to us, we're ready to face anything.

#9 Because night is for other things. Isn't it?

#9 Because night is for other things. Isn't it?

A stereotypical perception. Gaze at the girl when she's out at night, she must be here for something else.

#10 Believe in a woman.

#10 Believe in a woman.

Because she will think a hundred times while reaching to a decision. Believing is important.


I'm much impressed by the beauty and boldness of this woman. Taapsee Pannu has always been a wise picker while choosing her films. Her decision to pursue such great movies and delivering the harsh reality of this society on the face of people has won million hearts including mine.

I respect this young lady for whatever she is and had been ever since. WittyFeed wishes her all the luck in her future endeavours!


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