Ever since Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, debates and conversations about nepotism, bullying and power play in Bollywood have been reignited. There has been social media outrage and the ‘outsider-insider’ debate gained momentum. Veteran journalist Shekhar Gupta recently wrote a piece about the ugly face of Bollywood and named and shamed several tantrum-throwing Bollywood celebrities. Shekhar, who was one the CEO and editor-in-chief of The Indian Express Group, also wrote about the reality of award shows calling out Bollywood biggies such as Karan Johar, Katrina Kaif, Hrithik Roshan among others. Taapsee Pannu read the piece too and wished she could have known the post-2013 stories, as she could have related directly to them.
Taapsee Pannu made her Bollywood debut with the comedy film Chashme Baddoor which released in 2013. After that, there was no looking back for the actress as she went on to star in Pink, Badla, Mission Mangal, among others. Having stepped into Bollywood in 2013, Taapsee must have also had her share of struggles, and must have experienced the realities of the film industry that people have now openly started talking about. In her tweet replying to the story by Shekhar Gupta, Taapsee wrote that she wished to know about stories from 2013 onwards too.
She tweeted, “I wish I could know the stories of 2013 n onwards also. Would’ve related to it directly :).” Take a look:
I wish I could know the stories of 2013 n onwards also. Would’ve related to it directly :)— taapsee pannu (@taapsee) July 25, 2020
In other news, Taapsee Pannu was also recently involved in a war of words with Kangana Ranaut after the latter called Taapsee a B-Grade actress in an interview. While speaking to Hindustan Times, Taapsee hit back at each and every allegation leveled at her by Kangana during the interview. Read more about it here. ALSO READ: Katrina Kaif Was In Tears, Threw Tantrums Before Her 'Paid In Advance' Performance At Award Show, 'Call Me But Give No Awards?' - Report
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