Twitterati slams Taapsee, decides to boycott Thappad&
The web is a bizarre place. While the whole nation is tensed in regards to the state of affairs of violence in Delhi, Twitterati has its personal share of calls for. Be it Swara Bhasker or Taapsee Pannu, netizens do not depart any alternative to troll and slam stars for his or her political view. This time beneath the Twitter scanner is Taapsee and her upcoming movie Thappad. While many are excited to see the movie, which offers with home violence, many Twitter customers are usually not impressed by Taapsee’s anti-CAA views.
Twitterati has been trending #BoycottThappad on social media asking a ban over Taapsee’s upcoming movie, Thappad. The actress has at all times been daring and upfront about her views and he or she had been vocal throughout the Citizenship Amendment Act protests. The actress had joined a peaceable protest in Mumbai and supported the scholars of Jawaharlal Nehru University in January. The college students have been overwhelmed by masked mobs at JNU and the incident shocked the whole nation. Twitter has been evaluating Taapsee to actress Deepika Padukone who throughout her Delhi go to stood in solidarity with the scholars of JNU. Netizens had trended #BanChhapaak again the, appears like its now time for Taapsee.
While one person wrote, “We boycott @taapsee movie thappad. As see is the part of #UrbanNaxals and #TukdeTukdeGang. We don’t want to see Naxals movie.” one other one wrote,” First Deepika now tapsee, bollywood repeat it once more. They use nationwide points for the promotion of their films. They have to know the sensitivity of the problem. #ShameOnBollywood #boycottthappad.”
Another Tweet learn, ”The producer, director Abhinav Sinha & actor Tapsee actor of film #Thappad & brazen #CityNaxals They abuse our democratically elected PM & HM day&night time.”
Read the tweets right here:
In an unique interview with Zoom TV Taapsee has expressed her views on the continuing Delhi violence. “If you don’t wake up, you will be dead”.
Watch her interview right here:
Coming to the movie, the Anubhav Sinha directorial Thappad will hit screens on February 28.