- Taapsee Pannu has come under fire ever since she got into a fight with some photographers at a Dobaaraa event.
- The media’s portrayal of Taapsee as haughty for speaking out against the paparazzi culture was another point of emphasis for her.
Since she got into a fight with some photographers at a Dobaaraa event, Taapsee Pannu has been the target of criticism.
Her actions without bothering to listen to her explanation, and people began calling her rude and arrogant. Several days ago, as she was about to leave, a paparazzi was seen blocking her car door.
The actress has referred to the behaviour as an invasion of her personal space. However, she had politely asked the photographer to refrain from doing such things after becoming visibly agitated.
When Taapsee was questioned about the paparazzi following her, she admitted that it bothered her because she realised that the photographers were acting in such a way in anticipation of an adverse response from her.
Why do you want to hold the door open when I get in my car? I discern like my personal space is being invaded.
Would you like it if, as you were entering your car, someone held the door open for you, forbade you to close the door, and shoved a camera in your face? Whoever it is, whether a girl or a boy, would you like it? India Today was told by Taapsee.
The actress went on to say that just because she walks without bodyguards does not mean that the paparazzi are free to thrust their cameras and microphones into her face, depriving her of the breathing space afforded to regular people.
Taapsee also emphasised how the media characterised her as haughty for speaking out against the paparazzi culture.
She made it clear that if she was going to be called arrogant for asking for a simple act of respect for personal space, then so be it.
“Please don’t call me arrogant, but I won’t try to be this good girl just because I’m in front of the camera. That is not who I am. The image is what you get.”