New Delhi: Bollywood actor Tapas Pannu (Taapsee Pannu) said on Saturday that Hindi is not the native language of India, the decision to leave the South film would be a ‘very silly’ move. He emphasized that he had not resorted to Tamil and Telugu film to come to Bollywood. Taapsee Pannu also said that some artists manage differently to work in different genres of cinema made in different languages and regions and are also known in small centers in Telangana as well as Hindi speaking belts.
Taapsee Pannu said, “I think some actors work with success in both the places and I don’t want to leave this place. If I leave this market, doing so would be a foolish move. “It is believed that Hindi is the original language of India, but I don’t think so. I will continue working in the South.”
Taapsee Pannu said, “Dakshin taught me what movie making is. It made me an actress. It’s not like I resorted to going into Bollywood. I can’t give up on it (films in the south).” “