Surgical strike 2.0: Taapsee Pannu talks exclusively on the IAF strikes
It was on Tuesday morning when we came to know about the surgical strike that Indian Air Force carried out in Balakot, Pakistan and destroyed the camps of terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammed who were behind the Pulwama attack that took place on February 14, 2019. Every Indian is proud at the moment and is praising Indian Air Force and the government for pulling this strike. Actress Taapsee Pannu is also happy about it, but she hopes that the situation doesn’t escalate from here on.
In a conversation, Taapsee Pannu said, “I read that there’s no casualty from our side so that really makes me feel happy more than anything else. Because that was what scared me, that if we are going to end up taking revenge and if we end up losing more lives which was the scarier part. So hearing that makes me really relaxed. But I just hope it doesn’t escalate because if it’s going to escalate from here, lines will be crossed from both the sides and I don’t think either of us want that.”
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Well, the actress has a point to make. It reminds us that Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan had earlier stated that if India attacks this time they too will retaliate.
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