The year 2018 saw the #MeToo revolution which was no less than a storm. After it hit the west, it made its course towards India too where many shocking names surfaced in relation to sexual misconduct. Aashiq Banaya Aapne fame actor Tanushree Dutta pioneered the movement in the country when she accused veteran actor Nana Patekar of sexual misconduct with her back in 2008 on the sets of their film Horn Ok Please. Post which, a lot of women from different walks of life came out in the open and revealed names of their sexual predators. Recently, Taapsee Pannu spoke in detail about her views on the movement that rocked the nation.
The actor, who is busy with the promotions of her next venture Badla which also stars Amitabh Bachchan, attended the News18 Rising India Summit 2019 in New Delhi. Taapsee who has had a great run at the box-office spoke on the impact of #MeToo movement which saw the likes of Nana Patekar and Sajid Khan stepping down from their roles in Housefull 4 and Subhash Kapoor losing out on Mogul. The 31-year-old actor said that the movement should be dealt with caution and she hopes that people won’t misuse its power. Taapsee revealed how the whole movement has brought change in the way people talk and behave on the sets. Hear her out.
The actor also condemned the Pulwama terror attack in Jammu and Kashmir and spoke on the aerial strike by Indian Air Force across the LoC.
On the work front, the actor is going through the golden phase of her career. In 2018, she had five releases and 2019 too, looks packed as she has three films lined up for release and is currently shooting for two films.