In a recent interview with Republic TV, Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut lashed out at Bollywood biggies including Karan Johar, Mahesh Bhatt and Aditya Chopra among others. Not just this, during the interview she also lashed out at her colleagues Taapsee Pannu and Sawara Bhasker calling them “B grade actresses.” She raised a question that if they love KJo so much and look better than Alia Bhatt and Ananya Panday then how come they don't get work?
As soon as her interview went viral Taapsee took notice of it and replying to journalist Faye D’Souza and writer Kanika Dhillon's tweet she hit back at Manikarnika actress. Recently, Faye took to his Twitter handle and wrote an appreciation note which read, “This is a @taapsee appreciation tweet. Strong performances, great films, great role models for girls in India. @taapsee has grown from strength to strength with every project and she does it with so much grace. Add a thumbs up for @taapsee if you agree.”
This is a @taapsee appreciation tweet.— Faye DSouza (@fayedsouza) July 20, 2020
Strong performances, great films, great role model for girls in India. @taapsee has grown from strength to strength with every project and she does it with so much grace.
Add a thumbs up 👍 for @taapsee if you agree.
On seeing this, calling Thappad actress “Attagirl’, Kanika dropped her reply which read that as per recent articles in public domain her last 5 releases made 352 crores at box-office and stated her as ‘most successful n highest-grossing actress of Hindi film industry last year.”
Now replying both of them Taapsee wrote, “I guess that’s what qualified me for B grade :)”. Also, she slammed her for taking advantage of someone’s death for personal vendetta.
I guess that’s what qualified me for B grade :) https://t.co/zMGtU7rgR9— taapsee pannu (@taapsee) July 20, 2020
Earlier, in an interview with HT, Taapsee had said that yes she has been dropped out of films and replaced by star kids but what Kangana and her sister Rangoli is trying to do by discrediting her, calling her names, etc is an equal level of harassment.