Bollywood News Taapsee Pannu digs out an old video of Kangana Ranaut defending star kids and their privilege, calling it ‘quota system’

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The mudslinging between Kangana Ranau, Taapsee Pannu and Swara Bhasker is not appearing to die down anytime soon, after the former accused the latter two of sucking up to Bollywood “so-called mafia” in a recent explosive interview beside calling them “B-grade actresses”. Now, Taapsee has exposed Kangana by sharing an old video where the Queen actress was actually defending star kids and their privilege, despite now masquerading as the flag-bearer of ‘anti-nepotism’, by drawing parallels to the quota system, which, ironically, she had benefited from before becoming an actress. Also Read – Anurag Kashyap shares old, “scary interview” of Kangana Ranaut; says, ‘Can’t recognise her anymore’

A senior journalist had initially posted the tweeted the video and wrote: “In 2010, #KanganaRanaut told me she does not mind the privilege (she called it “quota”) star kids have since she herself has a quota and privilege back home because her granddad was in the IAS, her mother was a teacher, Dad a businessman & great granddad a freedom fighter.” Also Read – Kangana Ranaut vs Taapsee Pannu and Swara Bhasker: All you need to know about the ongoing Twitter war

Then, Taapsee Pannu retweeted it, by writing: “Ooooooooh. Saara kasoor yeh quota system ka hai (The quota system is to be blamed for this)! Chalo this was simple to understand . Ho gaya solve. Simple. All good now in our ‘territory’ or their ‘territory’ matlab jiski bhi hai aap samajh jao yaar (whoever the ‘territory’ belongs to, please understand for yourself).” Also Read – Twitterati questions Kangana Ranaut’s stance for outsiders after she removed Sonu Sood from Manikarnika; calls her a ‘hypocrite’

In the video, Kangana Ranaut can be clearly heard, saying, “The kind of background I come from, my father is a businessman, my mother is a teacher, my grandfather is an IAS officer and my great-grandfather is a freedom fighter… When I was giving my pre-medical entrance test, I had a particular quota for me because I come from this particular family. When I come here, how I look at star children is that they have 30% quota, how I had. I am just trying to come into their territory. If somebody else tried to give the pre-medical test, they wouldn’t get that percentage of quota. This is how I look at it.”

Well, that has certainly let the cat out of the bag, hasn’t it?

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