Taapsee Pannu says she doesn't have 'skeletons in her cupboard' as she's self made; Read on

Taapsee Pannu opens up about the IT raids in her propety, says she doesn't have 'skeletons in her cupboard'; Read on
Written By Saumya Bansal | Updated: March 09, 2021 12:58 IST
Taapsee Pannu says she doesn't have 'skeletons in her cupboard' as she's self made; Read on

A week back, the Income Tax Department raided the properties of Anurag Kashyap and Taapsee Pannu who were just set to begin shooting for a film. After the raids, everything came to a halt and as soon as the actress got her phone back, she backfired the officials proving her innocence.

In her first interview after the raids, Taapsee said, "I was not available for a few days, but I was pretty much fine during that time. My family is okay, too. They’re also asking me the same question, ‘Are you fine?’ And in return, I am asking them that, too. It’s like we know something has happened, but we don’t know what we are supposed to feel about it because we’re just fine."
Talking further about the allegations against her, she said she doesn't have skeletons in her cupboard as she's self made. "I have been like this all my life. When you start from scratch and build everything, including this impression people have of me, over a period of time with hard work, and not by fluke, you don’t have to make an extra effort to protect it. By now, people can see this is who I am; it’s not a facade. I don’t have skeletons in my cupboard. My honesty gives me the confidence to be fearless. Apart from my work, I’m a little lazy about other things, which is one of the reasons I can’t lie. It takes a lot of effort to cover up a lie with more lies. It’s better to say what you feel, but not at the cost of hurting others. Even if someone is targeting me in a certain tone, I don’t feel the need to respond to the person in the same manner. What’s the difference between us, then? I like to look at life in a simple, peaceful way. I will call out what is wrong, but without pointing fingers at individuals," added Pannu.