Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu never held back when it comes to responding to trolls who made sexist or other problematics comments on her.
She gave a cheeky response to a troll who called her the most problematic actress in Bollywood.
She responded that even her parents regarded her as a big problem for stereotypes and conditioning. She hoped that the troll will have tolerance capacity for her continuing to break the stereotypes.
I know it 😁 My parents also believe I am pretty problematic . BIG problem for stereotypes and conditioning and sorry to inform you, I shall continue to be so I hope you have a little more tolerance power 💁🏻♀️ 😜 https://t.co/xbQXmYVpG9— taapsee pannu (@taapsee) November 2, 2019
Taapsee made it big in Bollywood with her tremendous role in 2016 critically acclaimed film 'Pink' opposite Amitabh Bachchan. The film was lauded for highlighting the message "no means no".
Her later solo release 'Naam Shabana' was a big hit at the box office followed critically acclaimed film 'Mulk'.
This year saw her appearance in back-to-back successes 'Game Over', 'Badla', 'Mission Mangal' and the newly released 'Saand Ki Aankh'.
She played an aged character in 'Saand Ki Aankh' however faced criticisms for casting younger actresses in older roles.
She responded by asking why several others weren't criticised for playing a younger or older version of themselves. She regarded her role in the film as a "risk-taking" and wants people to see the positive side of it.
Taapsee was at the receiving end of trolling by actress Kangana Ranaut's sister Rangoli Chandel who called her "Kangana’s sasti copy". Taapsee praised the trailer of Kangana's then release 'Judgmental Hai Kya' but Rangoli called her out for not praising Kangana in the film.
Taapsee later indirectly called out Kangana for not supporting the film 'Mission Mangal' which was a film about women empowerment.