Actress Taapsee Pannu Is Back With Yet Another 'Befitting Reply'

Publish On: 07 Jan, 2020 11:41 AM | Updated   |   Harshita  

MUMBAI: With movies like 'Pink', 'Naam Shabana' and so many others, Taapsee Pannu has made herself a critically acclaimed actress. Everyone loves her for the way she puts the 'act' in 'actress' but there is one more thing for which Taapsee is famous and it's her befitting replies. 

While many may troll the actress for the same, others applaud her for the way she shuts down the trollers with an apt reply. Taapsee continues the spree of hitting right back at the trolls after one of them questioned her nationality. The question was raised after Taapsee shared the news that the main accused in the violence against Pakistan's Gurudwara Nankana Sahib has been arrested. She captioned it, "Chalo ab humaari baari (Now, it is our turn)," referring to the brutality that took place in JNU on Sunday night. 

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This made a Twitterati ask her a question, "R u Indian Taapsee..." and the Judwaa 2 actress did reply to such a non-sensical question. Slamming the user, she said, "Ab tumhaare ko bhi paper dikhaane hai kya? (Do I have to show my documents to you also?)", again taking a dig at the current national scenario regarding the Citizenship Amendment Bill. 

Talking about the harsh scene at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, where masked goons entered the campus without any authorization and mercilessly beat up students and staff members. Pannu, along with many other celebs, came out in support of JNU students and thus urged the people of Mumbai to join the protest. She wrote, "Today at 8 pm Carter Road, Bandra. Coz with great power comes greater responsibility and I don’t want to shy away from it. #JNU you have our love and support."

On the work front, Taapsee had a great 2019 year with four releases, 'Badla', 'Game Over', 'Mission Mangal' and 'Saand Ki Aankh' and each of them was successful at the box-office. She will be next seen in Anubhav Sinha's 'Thappad' that revolves around a woman who walks over her marriage after her husband raises his hand on her. 

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