“Not So Sasti Anymore”: Star Taapsee Pannu On 3 Days Of Tax Raids
Both Tapsee Pannu and Anurag Kashyap have been outspoken critics of the Narendra Modi government.
Keys to an alleged Paris bungalow, a receipt for Rs 5 crore, and “memory of 2013 raid” – these are what the income-tax (I-T) department primarily discovered throughout its raid on homes connected to Tapsee Pannu, the star stated today in three tweets. She ended the last among those with a post script: “Not so sasti” any longer.
Her posts came three days after Wednesday’s raids over supposed tax evasion. Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, too, was robbed by the I-T department. Both were supposedly questioned by authorities in Pune. Searches took place at 30 areas in Mumbai and Pune. Later in the day, he, too, appeared to make light of the actions he confronted with a tweet.
In the first tweet she posted today, she stated, “Three days of intense search. Of three things mostly: 1. The secrets of the ‘alleged’ cottage that I apparently own in Paris. Due to the fact that summer holidays are around the corner.”
She followed it up with two more tweets.
2. The “alleged” receipt worth 5 crores to frame n keep for future pitching coz I have actually been declined that cash before????
— taapsee pannu (@taapsee) March 6, 2021
Mr Kashyap later tweeted saying they had actually resumed work. His post included an image that captured a leisurely moment with Ms Pannu throughout a shooting session.
— Anurag Kashyap (@anuragkashyap72) March 6, 2021
Anurag Kashyap and Taapsee Pannu are outspoken critics of the government and have actually provided their voice to numerous causes, consisting of the ongoing farmer protests versus central laws. Recently, Ms Pannu had actually criticised the show of solidarity by celebrities towards the government in reaction to pop star Rihanna’s post drawing attention to the farmers’ agitation. The actor took a jibe at the pushback and questioned “one tweet” rattling one’s belief.
The raid on homes associated with Ms Pannu and Mr Kashyap stimulated sharp reactions several political quarters. Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik, for example, called the action “an attempt to supress their voices”. The RJD’s Tejashwi Yadav tweeted, “Now Nazi govt is going after social activists, reporters & artists to threaten them against calling spade a spade.”
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