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After Pink, Taapsee Pannu is a hit with girls’ colleges

After the release of her film Pink, actor Taapsee Pannu is getting invitation from girls’ schools and colleges to talk about women safety in India.

bollywood Updated: Sep 30, 2016 07:33 IST
Yashika Mathur
Amitabh Bachchan
Actor Taapsee Pannu is getting invited by women institutes to talk about women security.

Actor Taapsee Pannu’s role in her recent release is being talked about for a fierce fight on women issues and now she is getting invitations from Delhi and Mumbai girls’ educational institutes to talk about women security and spread the message.

“Soon after the film’s release, I started getting a lot of messages from schools and colleges inviting me to talk to students. It’s a welcome change that they are now open to the idea of discussing these topics with their students and it’s no more a taboo,” says Pannu, who shared the screenspace with actor Amitabh Bachchan in the film.

The actor has already attended some institutions and plans to accommodate as many institutes as possible.“I will be more than happy to accommodate as many schools and colleges as I can during the day off’s I get in between my shooting schedule,” she says.

“After watching the movie, as many as 20 girls’ colleges extended an invitation to Taapsee. She will also be talking about how one should have their own voice and stand-up for the wrong and also about the consent of women’s security in our country,” says a source.