Taapsee Pannu has often proved that she is not the one to be taken for a ride. She knows how to deal with trolls and she always has an answer to those criticising her for no reason. At a recent event, she once again proved that she is a total badass when she gave a classic reply to a journalist who asked her to speak in Hindi. She was asked to talk in Hindi because she is a Hindi actress, and Taapsee very calmly stated that she can talk very in Hindi quite fluently. And what she said next called for applause.
It was at IFFI 2019 event in Goa that a journalist pointed out that she is talking in English too much. "Taapsee please thoda Hindi mein bol lo, kyunki Hindi filmein aap karti ho." (Taapsee, I request you to talk in Hindi, since you do Hindi films)," he said. In response, Taapsee said that she can talk in Hindi pretty well but people in the audience were not okay with it. When the journalist asserts that she is a Hindi actress, Taapsee says, "I am a South Indian actress too, should I talk in Tamil and Telugu?". This called for a loud cheer as everyone in the audience started clapping. Watch the video below:
Watch Tapsee Pannu shuts down a dumbass Hindi chauvinist during a discussion at the 50th IFFI.— Sankar Das (@mallucomrade) November 24, 2019
This is not the first time that Taapsee has given such a sharp reply. The Badla actress is very active on social media and she is often trolled by a certain section of people. However, she has always given it back to the troll and even made her followers laugh as she has a sarcastic take on many things. (Also Read: Taapsee Pannu On Rangoli's 'Acting Ka A Nahi Aata' Comment: 'Nahi Aata, Phir Bhi Films Mil Rahi Hai, Kya Karun?'- EXCLUSIVE)
On the work front, Taapsee Pannu will next be seen Rashmi Rocket in which she essays the role of a runner.
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