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Taapsee Pannu recently opened up about Kangana Ranaut’s comments on her

The conflict between Kangana Ranaut and Taapsee Pannu, two Bollywood actors, that began in 2020 has recently changed course. It started when Kangana made fun of nepotism in the entertainment industry and referred to Taapsee as a “B-grade” actress. Rangoli, the sister of the Queen actress, entered the online argument, intensifying it even more. Despite the fact that the two actresses do not get along, Taapsee recently shared what she would do if she met Kangana.

Having debuted in the 2006 film Gangster

2010 saw Taapsee begin her acting career in Tollywood, and the comedy Chashme Baddoor (2013) marked her Hindi film debut. Kangana, on the other hand, has been working in the profession for almost 20 years, having debuted in the 2006 film Gangster. Nonetheless, both actresses are at the height of their careers right now with a bunch of upcoming.

When Kangana Ranaut and Taapsee Pannu engaged in a social media brawl in 2020, it garnered media attention. In an interview, the Manikarnika actress first branded Taapsee, a B-grade performer, to which the Manmarziyan performer sent a scathing tweet in response. There was more to come as Kangana referred to the 35-year-old as her “sasti clone.”

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Taapsee Pannu stated in an interview with The Lallantop that she was astonished to hear Kangana refer to her as a “sasti replica.” I don’t know, honestly,” Taapsee responded when asked if she would ever speak to Kangana. But if she happens to be in front of me, I will go over and introduce myself. “Mujhe thodi issue hai, problem usage hai,” she continued. Uski marzi, then. When the Tanu Weds Manu actress said “sasti copy,” Taapsee continued to praise her and stated, “I took that as a complement.”

It appears that Tapsee is moving towards putting an end to her fight with Kangana rather than continuing it.




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