Mumbai: Often, when the South film actors turn to Bollywood, they make revelations about many things that sometimes lead to controversy. In the same episode, Tapsi Pannu, one of Bollywood's most famous actors, has also accused the South film industry of discriminating. She said that once his film flopped, half of her money was deducted.
The film's hero got all the money. All these things he said during an interview. Tapsi said that he had found a small roll in the film, which was a flop at the box office. The producer deducted my fees when the film flopped, says Tapsi. While the main hero's fees were not even paid. He said, "I felt very bad at that time, but I answered him with my success. Today, if he comes to me, I will charge double fee.
Tapsi Pannu had been in the news for another statement. During a comedy show, hse joked that coconuts were thrown on his body to add sensuality to the scene. SHe directed his first Telugu film, Jumandhi Naadam, in 2010. Raghavendra Rao had said how Raghavendra had put coconut on his navel to bring sexuality to the film.
Tapsi's statement was followed by outrage on social media by viewers from the South, who later apologized for the statement. He admitted his mistake. The work front has recently released Tapsi's "Game Over" and will then appear in Akshay Kumar's "Mission Mars". In addition, his upcoming film 'Sand Ki Aankh' is also scheduled to be released.
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