After Kangana Ranaut called out Taapsee Pannu and tagged her B-grade actress, the rift between the two was dominating headlines. However, instead of taking it on her stride, Taapsee chose to give a befitting reply on her Twitter account. She even told HT that she refuses to take advantage of someone’s death for personal vendetta and also refuses to make a mockery out of the industry that gave her bread and identity. After seeing her answer, Sonakshi Sinha applauded Taapse for her statement. She even took to her IG story and thanked Taapsee for her dignified remark.
She wrote in her Insta story, "Proud of you @taapsee! The dignity, maturity and integrity with which you have responded has my respect and I am sure of most others too. More power to you.” Well, now, the Kalank actress wants the Thappad actress for president and this came right after seeing her interview with CNN News 18 where she spoke about nepotism that's being discussed on social media after Sushant Singh Rajput's tragic demise.
Taking it to her Instagram stories, Sonakshi shared a few videos of Taapsee's nterview which she recorded and captioned it as, '@taapsee for president.' In the screenshots, we also see Taapsee saying, 'Nepotism debate used to settle personal scores.' In an interview with the same portal, Pannu was quoted saying, "Everyone is trying to get their own personal vendetta sorted in this. Industry is one part of nepotism. But so is the media and the audience. Why don't they watch our films, first day first show? Why didn't they make Sonchiriya a big hit? Why don't they go for outsiders' films the way they go for the star kids' films? All of us are a part of this game. It's not just one group of people. Look at the kind of coverage Taimur gets today. I don't get that much of coverage in spite of trying to work really hard, that's unfair. But we can't keep playing name games and harassing people."
Image source: Instagram/ Taapsee/ aslisona/ APH
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