Taapsee Pannu BREAKS Her Silence Post The Controversial IT Raid; Says, 'Not So Sasti Anymore'

A few days ago, the Income Tax department conducted a raid at the properties of Taapsee Pannu. Now, reacting to the same, the actor said that she is ‘not so sasti’ anymore. Read all her tweets below

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Taapsee Pannu BREAKS Her Silence Post The Controversial IT Raid; Says, 'Not So Sasti Anymore'
In the surprising turn of events, a few days ago, the Income Tax Department conducted raids at some celebs’ properties and one of them was actor Taapsee Pannu. Reportedly, she was even questioned in Pune by the IT officials for the same and it was said that ‘under-valuation of share transactions of the production house and tax implication of about Rs. 350 crores were found which was being further investigated. Evidence of cash receipts by the actor amounting to Rs 5 crore has been recovered. 

Now, reacting to the same, the actor said that she is ‘not so sasti’ anymore. She took to her Twitter handle a few moments back, posting three back-to-back tweets saying, “3 days of intense search of 3 things primarily.” The first tweet read, "The keys of the “alleged” bungalow that I apparently own in Paris. Because summer holidays are around the corner,” followed by another tweet that read, “The “alleged” receipt worth 5 crores to frame n keep for future pitching coz I’ve been refused that money before.” In the same thread, she wrote in her third tweet, “My memory of 2013 raid that happened with me according to our honourable finance minister  P.S- “not so sasti” anymore,” followed by a folding hand emoticon.

Meanwhile, apart from Taapsee Pannu, a raid was conducted at filmmakers Anurag Kashyap and Vikas Bahl’s properties as well. As per the reports, talent management company Kri that manages Taapsee Pannu also had an IT Raid at its office. 


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