Taapsee Pannu takes a dig at Kangana Ranaut who applauded ‘Gully Boy’ earlier and now calls it ‘waahiyat’

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Kangana Ranaut has taken upon herself that she will bring justice to the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput who is said to have committed suicide due to professional troubles. In her journey of bringing down the Bollywood biggies, the actress has bashed multiple celebs as well as the movie ‘Gully Boy’. But a Twitter user managed to find an old interview where the actress had praised Ranveer Singh for his performance in the movie and this was retweeted by none other than Taapsee Pannu.

Taapsee took to her Twitter handle to share a video of Kangana in which she is asked to choose her favourite actor and she chose Ranveer Singh for ‘Gully Boy’ over Ranbir Kapoor. Recently Kangana was seen bashing ‘Gully Boy’ calling it a ‘waahiyat’ (rubbish) film.

The social media user who shared the video is heard saying, “In 2019, Kangana Ranaut had prepared a list of her favourite performances of the year. Her sister Rangoli had shared it, and the list named Ranveer Singh, Siddhant Chaturvedi and Vicky Kaushal. Nowhere was there a mention of Sushant Singh Rajput or Chhichhore. So in 2019 when Kangana loved the performances of Ranveer and Siddhant in Gully Boy, then in 2020 how can Gully Boy be a terrible film. In 2019 when you didn’t speak of Sushant Singh Rajput’s performance, so in 2020 how can you say Sushant’s performance in Chhichhore was the best?”

Now retweeting that post, Taapsee wrote, “😂 sorry guys couldn’t help retweeting this one. “

Taapsee also shared another piece of an interview on her Twitter handle and wrote, “And this one also. Bas last 😂😂” 

In the interview, Kangana had said that she never met Sushant personally but she would always hear about him from common friends.

It will be interesting to see what Kangana has to say about these tweets shared by Taapsee. Until then, you guys stay tuned to this space.

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