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Tabu : Don’t want to get stuck in women-oriented films!

she does not want to stuck in the women oriented movies!
Tabu loves to portray the strong women characters on the screen and she does not want to get herself stuck to the women-oriented movies.

An Indian actress Tabu says that she does not want to get herself stuck to the women-oriented movies. Tabu says that she loves to portray the strong women characters on the screen and she does not want to limit her talent in the formula of the women-oriented movie. However, Tabu feels that taking the responsibility of the whole movie can actually affect her creative mind and she is at that stage of her career where she is very much cautious about the kind of role she is doing in a movie.

She feels that today there are so many women-oriented movies are there and those movies are actually changing the narrative of a new age of the Indian cinema. When asked that why she has not appeared in such movies in the recent times. On this Tabu says that nowadays taking the decisions on the film is not that difficult like earlier it used to happen.

Tabu says when she started her career she has done many movies where the tag of the women-oriented movies was not there. At that time she chose the movie because she finds the character was substantial. Now, she says that the producers and the directors are coming up to her with a women-oriented movie and the makers want her to take the responsibility of the film on her shoulder and she always say no to those makers because she does not want to get stuck in there.

Tabu says that she wants that the focus should be on her work as in on her performance it should not be like that she sells in the category of film. Tabu started her career with the 1980’s movie titled ‘Bazaar’, where she played the small part in the movie. Later, she shared the screen with iconic actor Dev Anand in the movie titled ‘Hum Naujawan’. She has appeared in many movies like ‘Vijaypath’, ‘Maachis’, ‘Kalapanbi’, ‘Border’, ‘Chandani Bar’, ‘Maqbool’, ‘The Namesake’, ‘Life of Pi’, ‘Haider’, ‘Fittor’ and much more. The actress has won the National Award and in the year 2011, she has even received a Padma Shri Award.

When asked that does she got a hangover of her character off the camera. On this Tabu said that that yes she got a hangover of her character. She says that it all depends on how much the character has impacted your mind whenever she plays the character, physically mentally she usually go through the process and then she feels that it is obvious that you will get impacted.  But she says that there are some characters which actually stayed there in her system for a longer time. She says like she played the character in ‘Hu Tu Tu’ that character was a pole apart what she is in her real life. She says that the character was grey and later it becomes totally dark.

Moreover, she says that her roles in the movie ‘Maqbool’, ‘Haider’, or ‘The Namesake’ was very larger than the life character that they shook their equilibrium. But Tabu says that in a real life she is very fun loving and she always keen to explore the genre of the comedy movies. After her recently released movie ‘Golmaal Again’ now she is gearing up for her next movie which will be directed by Luv Ranjan. However the title of the movie has not been decided yet, but according to the reports, the movie is said to be a romantic comedy movie and she is again pairing up with the actor Ajay Devgn.

When asked from the actress about her opinion about the comedy genre which has not been taken seriously in making the film. Tabu says that yes the comedy is a kind of a genre which has been taken with a pinch of a salt and it is good she believes that you can not take every genre of the movie so seriously. Tabe says that in fact these all reflect life and she says that we should all take the life with a pinch of a salt and the one cannot be so serious all the time, everyone needs a break from a drudgery of life at times.

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