Taapsee Pannu lashes out at Kangana Ranaut; says, ‘I refuse to take advantage of someone’s death for personal vendetta’

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Manikarnika actress grabbed everyone’s attention with her explosive interview with Republic TV, where she spoke against powerful filmmakers.The National-award winning actress also targeted Taapsee Pannu and Swara Bhasker and said, “For me, I have only to lose here (in Bollywood) because I know tomorrow they (movie mafia gangs) will get some 20 needy outsiders like Taapsee Pannu and Swara Bhasker, who will get up and say, ‘Oh, only Kangana has problem with nepotism, but we love Karan Johar’. If you love Karan Johar, why you both are B-grade actresses? You are better looking than Alia Bhatt and Ananya Panday. You both are better actresses. Why don’t you get work? Your whole existence is a proof of nepotism. What are you telling me that how happy you are with the industry? So, I know this happen and the whole system will make me look like a mad person.” Also Read – Taapsee Pannu REACTS on Kangana Ranaut calling her a ‘B Grade’ actress

Now Taapsee Pannu has came back with a strong reply as she told HT, “It’s disheartening to see someone making a mockery out of outsiders and the industry that has given us so much. Imagine the parents whose kids are coming into the industry.” She questioned, “What will they think of us? Like we are some nasty evil people sitting here to eat outsiders?” Speaking on Kangana Ranaut‘s Karan Johar comment, Taapsee said, “I never mentioned anywhere I like Karan Johar or anyone she alleges, but I have never said I hate them either. So, the fact that you don’t hate someone she hates, is equivalent to ‘you like that person and you suck up to that person’? I don’t even know him behind formal ‘hi, hello, thank you’. How is this even logical?” Also Read – Sara Ali Khan sends a special message from mom Amrita Singh to Taapsee Pannu — deets inside

She further said, “I refuse to be bitter. I refuse to take advantage of someone’s death for personal vendetta and I refuse to make mockery out of the industry that gave me bread and identity. As an actor who wants to speak up and address important issues that have happened with me which can help empower others, I did speak up when I was wrongfully replaced in Pati Patni Aur Woh. I called out a wrong practice and had the director of the film supporting me then. So, it’s not like I am scared to voice out problems and people do back you when you do it with right intentions.” Also Read – #BLBestOf6: Kangana Ranaut BEATS Deepika Padukone, Taapsee Pannu, Radhika Madan by a thumping majority to emerge as the Best Actress for Panga

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