Badla filmmaker Sujoy Ghosh took to his Twitter handle and shared a philosophical post about 'hate.' The post talked about how hate is like a hunger that has all the potential to destroy oneself if one embraces it. The cryptic post obviously didn't mention any names but the timing is right after Kangana Ranaut row but actress Taapsee Pannu dropped a comment on the same saying that this is the second time he said something sensible after saying yes to do Badla.
Sujoy Ghosh wrote on his twitter handle, "‘hate is hunger. you need to keep feeding it. when you run out of others to hate, you’ll turn to your own. and eventually to yourself. so think carefully before embracing hate... one way street bhidu! ghusna bekaar hai." Replying to him, Taapsee who has worked with him in Badla also starring Amitabh Bachchan said, "This is the second time u have said something sensible. Long after u said yes to doing badla. Even though both the things had nothing to do with me"
This then followed into a Twitter conversation where Sujoy replied to her message by saying, ‘Read no.’ Reacting to his message, Pannu called him jobless as her reply read, “Read it. Will call n discuss. Not everyone is jobless like you!”
This is the second time u have said something sensible. Long after u said yes to doing badla. Even though both the things had nothing to do with me 🤷🏻♀️— taapsee pannu (@taapsee) September 16, 2020
Meanwhile, Sujoy and Taapsee usually get into friendly banter on social media. Earlier, on Mother’s Day 2020, filmmaker Sujoy shared a collage of Amrita Singh and Vidya Balan who played the roles of mothers in his films, Badla and Kahaani respectively and backed it with a special message about moms. As Taapsee Pannu’s picture was not in Ghosh’s message for playing an on-screen mother, she gets upset about it and ended up saying him 'very cheap.'
Image source: Instagram/ Taapsee/ Twitter/ sujoy_g/ SpotboyE archives
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