Not the one to let the success get to her head, Game Over star Taapsee Pannu has been reeling under the massive appreciation and accolades that fans and critics alike have been showering on her ever since the thriller hit cinema screens on Friday. In a universal declaration of sorts, the social media users urged the people to “stop everything you’re doing today and go watch” the Ashwin Saravanan directorial which was released in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. Also Read - Taapsee Pannu, Her Sisters And Boyfriend Mathias Dance to Yashraj Mukhate’s Viral Song ‘Biggini Shoot’ in Maldives - Watch Hilarious Video

Sharing a still from the movie, in which she can be seen looking at the lens in an overwhelmed manner, Taapsee acknowledged the outpour of love in the caption which read, “Swapna looking at the overwhelming love for #GameOver be like …. you people are spoiling me ! I am getting used to all this love now so u better keep up #GameOver in all 3 Languages Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. Which one did u go for ???” (sic). Also Read - Taapsee Pannu’s Vacation Pictures With Sisters in Maldives Will Make You Feel Jealous

The much-awaited tri-lingual movie, Game Over, starring stellar actor Taapsee Pannu in the lead hit cinema screens on June 14 and the audiences have not been able to keep their calm. Produced by Reliance Entertainment, the movie has been released in three languages – Tamil, Telugu and Hindi. Ever since the posters of the film were released, the audience were intrigued because it showed the character of Taapsee living her life wheelchair-bound. After the first show on Friday, June 14, the Twitter users started flooding their opinion about the movie and collectively “saluted” the talented lead actor.

Actor Taapsee Pannu is currently enjoying some downtime after her latest film Game Over hit the screens today, June 14. In an interview with a news agency, she revealed how her serious characters in films like Badla, Game Over and Mulk take a toll on her mentally. She said that playing such characters is actually emotionally exhausting.

Taapsse spoke to IANS in an interview before the release of the film and described her struggle of dealing with such characters. The critically acclaimed actor said, “I really had to psyche myself out to understand the character who has gone through a dark incident and how her body and mind reacts after one year.” Taapsee added that one has to understand that her character is ‘traumatised’ and portraying that is both important and difficult.