Taapsee Pannu Temple Jewelery Irks Hindu Activists, Grievance Filed In opposition to Actor in Indore

A criticism has been filed in opposition to Taapsee Pannu in Indore by Hindu Rakshak Sangathan for allegedly hurting Hindu sentiments.

Taapsee Pannu's Temple Jewelery Irks Hindu Activists, Complaint Filed Against Actor in Indore
Taapsee Pannu’s Temple Jewelery Irks Hindu Activists, Grievance Filed In opposition to Actor in Indore

Indore: A criticism has been lodged in opposition to actor Taapsee Pannu by the Hind Rakshak Sangathan of Indore for hurting non secular sentiments. The actor walked the ramp at a vogue week lately sporting a crimson gown with a plunging neckline and teamed it up with a press release gold temple jewelery that featured the Goddess Lakshmi carvings. On Tuesday, Eklavya Singh Gaur, convener of Hind Rakshak Sangathan and son of BJO MLA Malini Gaur filed a criticism in opposition to the actor, alleging she unfold ‘obscenity’ and insulted the Hindu deities along with her look.

Taapsee hasn’t launched any assertion on the criticism but. After making the looks on the vogue present, the actor shared a video of the identical look on his social media platform. The criticism cited the video shared by Taapsee on her Instagram deal with on March 14 through which she may very well be seen speaking about her expertise of strolling the ramp as a showstopper for designer Monisha Jaising. Her sparkly gown included a voluminous skirt, and a bodice that includes a deeply plunging neckline. Taapsee saved her hair naturally curly and utilized nude make-up to let that gown and the jewelery be the spotlight.


Taapsee has been on the receiving finish of many such complaints for her decisions up to now. The actor has at all times maintained a fearless stand and shared that she respects all communities and speaks for girls’s rights. Identified for her sturdy performances in critically-acclaimed films like Thappad, Mulk, and PinkTaapsee is at present working alongside Shah Rukh Khan in Rajkumar Hirani’s Dunki.

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Printed Date: March 28, 2023 12:58 PM IST