ICYMI: Taapsee Pannu's Reaction To Troll Who Called Her A "Faltu Heroine"

Taapsee Pannu surely knows how to deal with trolls

ICYMI: Taapsee Pannu's Reaction To Troll Who Called Her A 'Faltu Heroine'

Taapsee Pannu shared this image. (courtesy taapsee)

Highlights

  • Taapsee Pannu shared a screenshot of the chat on her Instagram story
  • She called out a troll on Tuesday night
  • Taapsee Pannu is busy shooting for 'Looop Lapeta'
New Delhi:

Taapsee Pannu recently called out a troll on Instagram and she did it in her own style. The actress has quite a bit of a reputation for speaking her mind on social media and has never shied away from expressing her views freely. Be it posting her political views online or slamming a journalist who asked her to speak in a particular language during a media interaction, Taapsee Pannu has spoken up and out on social media an otherwise. On Tuesday night, Taapsee called out a troll who called her a "faltu heroine." Taapsee shared a screenshot of the message sent by the Instagram user which is too vile to be reproduced here. "Tujhe acting to aati nahi utha utha ke movie karti hai," read an excerpt from the Instagram user's message. Replying to him, Taapsee wrote, "Exactly kya utha utha ke? Kyunki uthaya toh hai maine, standard but aapko shayad nahi samajh aaye (I have lifted the standards but you probably won't get it)."

Taapsee Pannu's impressive filmography boasts of several critically acclaimed films such as Pink, Badla, Saand Ki Aankh, Naam Shabana, Mulk and Thappad to name a few.

In terms of work, the actress has several projects lined-up such as Vinil Mathew's Haseen Dillruba (also starring Vikrant Massey), Aakash Bhatia's Looop Lapeta and Rahul Dholakia's Shabaash Mithu. Looop Lapeta,, which will also feature Tahir Raj Bhasin, is the Hindi adaptation of the 1998 German hit Run Lola Run while Shabaash Mithu is based on the life of Indian women's cricket team captain Mithali Raj.