The teaser for the recent film "Saand Ki Aankh" of Tapsee Pannu has come to light on Wednesday, and there has been a lot of praise for Tapsee and Bhumi Pednekar's performance. Tapsee's film "Badla" and 'Game Over' were also highly praised. Despite all this, Tapsee is not sure about being a superstar of her own.
Tapsee Pannu says she's still not sure whether she's a superstar or not, though she admits that her journey in films is nothing short of a win. So answering questions from a Twitter portal, Tapsee said, "I can't say about being a superstar, though it's a small victory for me."
Tapsee, 31, started her acting career in 2010 with telugu film Jumandhi Nandam, after which she starred in several well-known films in South India. That includes successful films like 'Pandam Kollu', 'Political Raudi' and 'Mister Perfect'. In 2013, David Dhawan's film "Chashme Baddur" was stepped into Bollywood by Tapsee and then established himself as an outstanding actress by his acting in 'Baby', 'Pink', 'Mulk' and 'Badla'.