Taapsee Pannu appears to have emerged as a veritable personification of woman empowerment in the new-age Bollywood with her choice of powerful women-centric movies such as Pink (2016), Naam Shabana (2017), Mulk (2018) and Saand ki Aankh (2019). Her last release, Thhapaad, was successful and won her praise.
Twitter is a war-zone: Taapsee Pannu
Speaking on how often people of twitter demand banning films, Taapsee explained, “Twitter is a war-zone, when you try answering the trolls, they manipulate your words and give everything a political turn, making things controversial. Then, they will ask for your film to be banned. When it works despite them, they are enraged.” She also spoke about why she supported Neha Dhupia after Twitter began attacking her for her comments on cheating in a relationship.
Taapsee has been sharing throwback pictures through the lockdown
Taapsee, meanwhile, has been sharing throwback pictures through the lockdown to keep her fans engaged. Her latest is from the time when she was the head girl in her school. In the image, she is seen taking an oath. Taking to Twitter on Tuesday, she wrote: “Throwback which makes me partly proud and partly embarrassed. Since the time I knew what being a prefect in school is I had dreamt to be the Head Girl of my school and this was the day that dream came true.”