Tapasee Pannu is brimming with confidence that she would soon make it to the top in Tamil and Telugu films. As on date, Tapasee has had just three releases in Tamil: Aadukalam, Vandhan Vendran and Maranthen Mannithen but has a couple more films on the floor in Ajith’s untitled upcoming film and Raghawa Lawrene’s Ganga, his third film in the Muni sequel.
The Punjabi girl is busy in Telugu films as well. Gifted with natural curly locks and a flooring smile to go with a voluptuous body, Tapasee stormed Bollywood last month with her maiden film Chashme Buddoor which did reasonably well at the box-office. It helped not only in Tapasee getting recognition in Bollywood but also earning the much-needed tag of an ‘all-India’ actress.
However, the Punjabi beauty hardly has time to concentrate in Bollywood films. The Delhi girl insists that she is no hurry at all to take up Hindi film offers that are pouring in at her doorstep. “For the moment, I’m too busy with my committed projects in South to look elsewhere,” is all the outspoken sizzler would say. She recently completed the shooting schedule of Sahasam, her Telugu film opposite Gopichand (she had already done Mogadu with him) and is awaiting its release.
Tapasee’s Shadow opposite Venkatesh, which released a couple of weeks ago, has also been declared a ‘hit’. With her feet firmly planted in Tollywood, Tapasee believes that the Ajith-starrer wherein she is pitted opposite Aarya and Ganga would be able to make inroads in Kollywood. With a thinking head on her slender shoulders, Tapasee does not appear to be in a hurry to spread her wings to Mumbai.