A news report on the box office collection of his new film "Thappad" incensed Anubhav Sinha so much that the film maker reacted with a barrage of filthy abuses on social media, before apologising for his outburst.
The premier new release of the week, Fox Star Studios' and Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment's BAAGHI 3, has embarked on a good (single screens) to decent (multiplexes) start of around 35 percent on an average. And given the decent to mixed reviews,
Union Minister of Women and Child Development Smriti Irani has given a shout-out to Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu's upcoming film "Thappad" and said that it is not ok to hit a woman not even one slap.
The dialogues from the Thappad are very powerful. Some of the dialogues "Pata hai uss Thappad se kya hua..uss ek Thappad se naa muje who saari unfair cheezein saaf saaf dikhne lag gayi jisko main andekha karke move karti jaa rahi thi" and many more.
The trailer begins with Taapsee in a meeting with her lawyers who cannot fathom why she wants a separation from her husband over 'just a slap'. They ask her if her in-laws are causing trouble, if he has cheated on her, if she has cheated on him because getting slapped is apparently not a good enough reason to leave one's spouse. But Taapsee doesn't listen she wants a divorce.
After delivering the critically-acclaimed and commercially-successful "Article 15", filmmaker Anubhav Sinha says the pressure of expectation is breathing down his neck, and it is not a wonderful feeling.
Actress Taapsee Pannu, who has finished shooting for Anubhav Sinha's upcoming film "Thappad", says it would be tough for her to move on the next project. Taapsee on Monday took to Instagram and penned an emotional post.
Taapsee Pannu has denied she is playing Amrita Pritam in a new biopic. On Tuesday, sections of the entertainment media, mistook Taapsee Pannu's social media post quoting legendary author-poet Amrita Pritam to rashly assume that the actress is set to play Pritam.
Taapsee Pannu who is known for her incredible work in content driven cinema is taking over Women's Day, marking it as her release date.The actress is now taking over International Women's day of 2020 with Thappad, a social drama, which is inspired by true-life incidents.