Kangana Ranaut has replied after a lover shared a clip of Taapsee Pannu thanking her while accepting her award for Thappad. This comes after an extended list of face-offs between the 2 actors that started after Taapsee was tagged as ‘sasti copy’ of Kangana by her sister Rangoli Chandel.
Taapsee Pannu recently won the simplest Actress honour at the 66th Filmfare Awards for her critically acclaimed performance in last year’s Thappad. During her winning speech on the stage, Taapsee praised all her fellow candidates. Kangana Ranaut (Panga), Deepika Padukone (Chhapaak), Jahnvi Kapoor (Gunjan Saxena) and Vidya Balan (Shakuntala Devi) these included. She thanked Kangana for pushing the boundaries together with her films. Taapsee said, “Thank you such a lot Kangana for pushing the boundaries. The benchmark of your performances just keeps going higher per annum .”
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When a user shared the clip from Taapsee’s acceptance speech, Kangana was quick to reply. In her response, the Thalaivi actor wrote, “Thank you @taapsee well deserved Vimal elaichi filmfare award…. nobody deserves it quite you.” There was a veiled dig in her comment because the awards in India have time and again come under the scanner for being partial and their various endorsement deals.
Kangana recently received her fourth National Award – Best Actress for Panga and Manikarnika.
Kangana regularly takes to Twitter to precise her anguish together with her colleagues from the Hindi movie industry . In response to a recent tweet from a fan, she expressed how she praised the work of her contemporaries like Taapsee Pannu, Alia Bhatt, Deepika Padukone, Anushka Sharma and Kareena Kapoor, but none of them reciprocated by lauding her performance in any of her films.
On the work front, Kangana is awaiting the discharge of the multi-lingual political biopic on former Tamil Nadu chief minister Jayalalithaa, titled Thailaivi, directed by AL Vijay. Taapsee, on the opposite side, began filming for Shabaash Mithu, a biographical drama supported the lifetime of Indian cricketer Mithali Raj.