Today morning, Kangana Ranaut’s sister Rangoli Chandel yet again bashed Taapsee Pannu. This time, it was her movie Saand Ki Aankh which also stars Bhumi Pednekar which she targeted and said her sister didn’t do in order to fight ‘ageism and sexism’. Now, the Mission Mangal actress is coming out in the open and has given a befitting reply to shut all the unreasonable bashing.
Taapsee a while ago took to her Twitter and shared a long note which started with embracing the positivity instead of spreading negativity all around. Furthermore, she went onto question the biased behaviour of the Industry and the diplomatic stand of which Saand Ki Aankh is becoming. She wrote, “I wonder… I just wonder.. Did we ask the same question when we all loved what Anupam Kher did in Saaransh. Did we question when Nargis Dutt played mother to Sunil Dutt? Did we question John Trivolta for playing a woman in Hairspray? …. Did we question when Aamir Khan played a college kid in 3 Idiots?”
She concluded her note as, “We thank you from the bottom of my heart for noticing our little effort to bring you something new, something different, something you all want to comment on, something you all want to attach yourself to (be it in any way) and something that attracted your attention. After all, cinema is also about that. Let’s keep the discussions going and hope your questions will be answered and doubts will be cleared this Diwali…”
Check out her tweet below:
I hope and can only hope this will answer the question once n for all coz honestly now it’s getting boring for us to repeat ourselves.
So all you lovely people here goes my RESPONSE –#SaandKiAankh pic.twitter.com/guldaTWaks
— taapsee pannu (@taapsee) September 24, 2019
Rangoli in the morning took a dig at Taapsee and Bhumi for not fighting against ageism and sexism and doing the project which her sister didn’t do because of the same reason. “We will never have a Meryl Streep in India if we keep shamelessly displaying older women phobia like this… shame on you all Bolly filth… for promoting sexism in the name of feminism,” she wrote.