Recently, actress Priyanka Chopra opened up about the difficulties she had to face at the beginning of her career and the neglect she faced in Bollywood. Taapsee Pannu, one of the popular heroines of Bollywood, has come to the scene with an opinion on the same path. They have said that there are certain camps in Bollywood. Taapsee Pannu spoke openly in an interview given to Hindustan Times. It has been ten years since he came to the cinema. Taapsee said that it’s not that people don’t know about camps in Bollywood, it’s been there forever. Such camps may be based on an actor’s circle of friends, a particular agency, or a group they are a part of. Taapsee pointed out that people’s loyalties can vary based on who they are.
“Everyone should have the right to choose who they want to work in their films. I can’t blame them for thinking about their own careers. I have no view that everything is going well in the film industry. I know this is biased. Things are often against you. If after all this you still decide to be a part of this industry, it is your decision. You can’t complain about it later. You have to struggle to prove yourself with every film. It’s not like you have a picture of success and have the next 10 years lined up for you. That is not the case with those who come into the industry without any film background. We have to keep working hard to make a mark for ourselves said Taapsee. Taapsee’s upcoming film is Dunki, directed by Rajkumar Hirani and starring Shahrukh Khan.