Taapsee Pannu is one of the most talented and versatile actresses of Bollywood. From playing the role of an undercover cop, a victim, a lawyer to the girl next door, Taapsee Pannu gets into the skin of the character she plays.
Ever since her significant performance in the movie ‘Baby’, the actress has gone on to give many amazing performances in movies like Badla, Pink, Naam Shabana and her last release Saand Ki Aankh, where she played the role of a 60-year-old.
Besides her amazing performances, she is one of the most vocal stars of Bollywood, who never shies away from taking a stand on any issue. However, this is one of the reasons why she is always at the target of trollers.
But, the actress knows the art of giving it back to the trollers and her haters. Taapsee keeps making headlines for giving it back to the trolls in the most savage way.
Recently, a Twitter user tried to troll her on Twitter by asking her whether she is an Indian. However, he wouldn’t have thought that he will be receiving a befitting reply from the actress.
Well, on Monday, Taapsee replied to a piece of news that talked about the arrest of one of the accused of the Gurudwara Nanakana Sahib’s vandalism. Replying to Taapsee’s Tweet, the troll wrote:
“R u Indian Taapsee ….”
Here, check out the tweet:
R u Indian Taapsee ….
— Manish Kumar (@manishk1971) January 6, 2020
The actress was quick to take notice of the Tweet and come up with a hilarious reply. In her reply, she wrote:
“Ab tumhaare ko bhi paper dikhaane hai kya ?”
Well, her reply came in regard to the recently passed Citizenship Amendment Bill, according to which the persecuted minorities including-Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhists, Parsis and Christians, who have entered India on or before December 31, 2014, will be granted the citizenship of the country.
Twitterati soon flooded the tweet with their reactions on the Tweet. While some appreciated her fitting reply, on the other hand, there were many who trolled the actress hilariously.
Here, check out how Twitterati reacted on Taapsee’s Tweet:
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What a reply!
— Naman (@_namanrathod) January 6, 2020
Wow befitting reply!
— Aaru (@aarohi_vns) January 6, 2020
Hai terepe ? 🥺
— AISHWARYA 🌻 (@kaafiajeeb07) January 6, 2020
When criminals roam around disguised as general public, community policing is best! So why not? If asked show.
— Venkat (@allmaaya) January 6, 2020
Han didi mummy se bolo kagaj banwa de 😂
— Pranjul Sharma🌼 (@Pranjultweet) January 6, 2020
Nahi engineers se koi paper nahi maangta, gaane hi likhey hotey hain saare.
— Lazy #JNUViolence Cat (@uPoliticat) January 6, 2020
— Rana 🇮🇳 (@VarunKumarRana7) January 6, 2020
क्यों आपके पास भी स्वरा भास्कर की तरह बर्थ सर्टिफिकेट नहीं है ????
— Manoj Agrawal (@manoj_indore) January 6, 2020
औकात दिखा दी वही काफी है ,पेपर की क्या जरूरत है
— BekaarAadmi🚶 (@BekaarAaadmi) January 6, 2020
OMG! What a befitting reply! #TaapseeOnFire
— Prabhat Sharma 🇮🇳 (@Prashaforever) January 6, 2020
Darr kis baat ka hai.. befitting reply de do aur dikha do paper😂😂😂😂
— sonal🇮🇳 (@comeonletsshare) January 6, 2020
Are ramu kaka , PR team ko bulao , kal Befitting reply wala article chapna hain
— P R A T H E E K 🇮🇳 (@Pratheek_shryn) January 6, 2020
What a befitting reply taapsee…
— AYUSHI🇮🇳 (@Tapasyasin) January 6, 2020
Hahaha what a befitting reply
— mr stark ❁ (@oyetstarky) January 6, 2020
Good reply @taapsee
sure! NRC need your paper, he has to submit just like demanded mobile card-chip.
Fellow students of the same university beats her, ask jnu president,
— DharmvirJangra (@dharmvirjangra9) January 6, 2020
Befitting Reply 😍😍😍 pic.twitter.com/pbulkdHKrG
— Vipul | विपुल ✪ (@Vipul_Mp3) January 6, 2020
Befitting रिप्लाई आंटी….कागज़ नहीं दिखाएंगे
— JDA (@JDA72331618) January 6, 2020
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