- "It might have been that it skipped his mind," said Taapsee
- I don't think it was intentional from his side to exclude girls: Taapsee
- Big B faced criticism on social media after he uploaded the all-male pic
"It might have been that it skipped (his mind) or he didn't realise or something. I don't think it was intentional from his side to exclude girls," she added.
See the picture that was shared by Mr Bachchan to mark one year of Pink here:
T 2549 - The team of 'PINK' .. all in one frame .. and .. ALL, independent, individual .. NATIONAL AWARD WINNERS !!pic.twitter.com/uQV55nUQsO— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) September 16, 2017
Read the reactions to Mr Bachchan's picture here:
Sir the woman, about whom this is all about, missing #respect for them too— Amit Chauhan (@Amipal2006) September 16, 2017
Not the entire team of PINK. The three female protagonists- they would make it a TEAM.— Murukesh Krishnan (@MURUKESHK) September 16, 2017
Where are the Girls ? Who made the characters memorable, they are not in the Team?— pramod k nair (@pramodknair1) September 16, 2017
Pink, directed by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury, released in theatres last year and received universal critical acclaim. The film also starred Kriti Kulhari, Andrea Tariang and Angad Bedi in lead roles.
Pink won the National Film Award for Best Film on Other Social Issues. In the film, Mr Bachchan featured as a lawyer, who defended three girls, played by Taapsee, Kriti Kulhari and Andrea Tariang.
Ahead of Pink's release, Amitabh Bachchan wrote an open letter to his granddaughters Navya Naveli Nanda and Aaradhya Bachchan in which he asked them to live their lives on their own terms. "Don't listen to those who tell you "how to dress, how to behave, who you can meet and where you can go," wrote the actor.
On the work front, Taapsee Pannu is busy promoting her forthcoming film Judwaa 2, which releases in theatres on September 29.
(With PTI inputs)