Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu says she isn't active in the social circuit of Bollywood and that keeps her stay sane. The 31-year-old entertainer said she doesn't pay attention to her prosperity as she knows about the business' vulnerability. “I deliberately try not to get swayed away by the social culture of the film industry and try to keep my life as real as possible to stay grounded. For I know one fine day this might get over and I don't want to make life difficult for myself. "I chill with them a lot, but when I have off days, it isn't that every day I will go and have social gathering with people I work with it. Subconsciously you end up talking a lot about films because that's or connecting thread," Taapsee told a foreign media agency.
Be that as it may, the on-screen character included that movies are only a piece of her life and "not the most important thing in the world" for her.
"If this (acting) doesn't work at any point in my life, I am capable enough to do something else. I never say I was the one getting ready in front of a mirror dreaming to be an actress. No, I decided to be an actor after my first film's release! I slowly found my footing. I don't want to discuss films beyond my work. I have to force myself to balance that because it is easy to get swayed, especially when you do a good film and it becomes a huge hit. Thank God after Badla I was in Saand Ki Aankh for two months so I was off the radar,” she said.
Her most recent, spine chiller Game Over has opened to great surveys. The Tamil-Telugu film's Hindi named variant is introduced by Anurag Kashyap and is as of now playing in films. Taapsee said she did the film as it lines up with the sort of work she needs to do crosswise over enterprises.