Taapsee Pannu Shuts Down an Internet Troll Like a Boss!

Taapsee Pannu Shuts Down an Internet Troll Like a Boss!

Taapsee Pannu knows just how to handle any situations especially the ones where she is trolled on social media. One user said she can’t act and she responded oh so befittingly
Taapsee Pannu Shuts Down an Internet Troll Like a Boss!
Taapsee Pannu

Taapsee Pannu is one of those actors who know just how to stand up for herself and shut down haters like a boss! She is known in the industry to be very vocal and express her opinions as and when she pleases. Taapsee Pannu recently took to Twitter and tweeted a picture with director Anubhav Sinha in which she hinted at an upcoming collaboration. “Cheers to the new beginning’ and ‘This one subject is way too close to my heart.” Her tweets however, did not sit too well with one user in particular.

“@anubhavsinha sir I think u should caste some other actress.Taapsee doesn't knows acting,” the Twitter user commented.

Celebrities often become the subject of trolling and ridicule and this was just one of those occasions. But Taapsee Pannu was having none of it and responded to the troll in the most befitting way.

“Sorry yaar, ab toh sab kuch sign n seal ho chuka hai. Ab toh sir ko main hi nahi nikaalne dungi. But ek kaam karo, agli wali ke liye rok lo kyunki shayad woh bhi main lock karva lu jald hi. #TryAgain,” she said in her response to the hater.

Now, that was quite the response from the Badla actor. Way to go girl! This is another role Taapsee Pannu has bagged this year, aside from Saand Ki Aankh and Mission Mangal. The movie has been given the title, Thappad and will be helmed by Article 15 director Anubhav Sinha. As the actress’s tweet suggests, the movie is slated to release on March 8. Taapsee, who is known for her women-orientated films is adding a similar film under her belt.

She recently spoke up about the film and said, “I have to shoot for a South film right now, following which I will start Anubhav (Sinha) sir's next Thappad. It's a very hard hitting subject that we haven't spoken about before in cinema. I play a married woman and the movie will showcase the several woes that she goes through.” She further added, "I'm very excited to team up with Anubhav sir again after Mulk. I think Mulk was the first film where it was completely on my shoulders. He entrusted me with that responsibility and today, with films like Mulk, Badla and Game Over doing well, I've found more confidence to take up such roles."