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Taapsee depicts her yearning for her onscreen character Minal with a tattoo

Actress Taapsee Pannu has figured out how to entertain her fans amidst the 21 Days LockDown. On Tuesday, Taapsee shared a photo with a tattoo on the nape of her neck.  The photo taken at the time of Pink film shooting shows a tattoo of flying birds is seen on Taapsee's neck.

Taapsee, showing her tattoo in a loose shirt, she wrote- "The first tattoo trial of Pink. The idea was to find a design which resonates with the situation of Minal. A bird who wants to open her wings and fly. A bird who comes in her own elements by the end of it all. It was a pleasant surprise for me to know that post the film’s release there were many girls who reached out to tattoo artists to get a similar tattoo done on them."

She kept writing "I am myself a tattoo loving person provided it’s something that is attached to the person’s personality and not just a random design. I have 2 tattoos on me and had it not been this acting profession I would’ve probably gotten a third one on the nape of my neck by now #Throwback #Archive #QuarantinePost". For something that was once so taboo, tattoos have now become more mainstream than ever. No one is off-limits when it comes to sporting ink these days, whether it's an angsty teen, a suburban mom, the family doctor, or our favourite celebrities.

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Meanwhile, a few days ago, she also posted a picture of her cute childhood picture on Instagram. "Don’t remember any story behind this one just that it reminds me since when I have the ‘killer instincts’ #SuperMajorThrowback #Archives #QuarantinePost" she wrote. In this photo she wore a loose sweater and pajama and holding a gun in her hand.

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Recently Taapsee's film Thappad was well appreciated by the audience.  She will soon be seen alongside Vikrant Massey in Vinil Mathew's mystery thriller film 'Hassen Dilruba'.

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