Taapsee Pannu, who has made her Bollywood debut with David Dhawan's Chashme Baddoor after starring in almost 10 southern films, says she doesn't find any major difference between the two industries, except for the language.
"Work culture... there also I finish a film in 50 to 60 days and this one (Chashme Baddoor) also we finished in 55 days. There, we have professional stars who come on time, but here also we used to reach the sets by seven," Taapsee said on Friday at the announcement of the association between her film and clothing brand Lawman.
"So I didn't feel any other difference besides the language. Let's see in future, I hope I have a long way to go here," she added.
In her career of three years, Taapsee has done Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam films. She is already shooting for four other films in the south.