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Taapsee Pannu wants Vodafone to shut down?

Taapsee Pannu is on a high currently and rightfully so. Her last few films have taken her forward to a different level and her performances have been noteworthy.

Taapsee started her career in the South film industry and slowly shifted to the Hindi film industry which has a comparatively larger audience.

There’s no doubt about the fact that her initial years weren’t the ones where she got the best roles. Films like ‘The Ghazi Attack’, ‘Baby’ , ‘Naam Shabana’ kept increasing her popularity. But without any doubt, the game changer movie for her has been ‘Pink’ alongside Amitabh Bachchan. And from there, there was no looking back for this ‘pink lady’.

Taapsee’s onscreen image is primarily of a strong feminist woman who cannot stand the wrong and always takes up issues to correct the wrong. We have seen that in movies like ‘Mulk’ and her last hit, ‘Badla’ which was again alongside Amitabh Bachchan and produced by Shah Rukh Khan and Red Chillies Entertainment.

Perhaps it is this image of hers which makes her a real influential personality among the women and the youth in general today. So you don’t really want to mess with her.

But guess who rubbed her the wrong way? No it’s not any human being. It’s actually her mobile network company, Vodafone.

Vodafone is recognized as one of the biggest cellular networks in the world but there have been widespread complaints regarding network issues. The issue gets even bigger if it’s faced by a celebrity.

This isn’t the first time Taapsee has faced issues with Vodafone network. Before too, she has called out on the same but nothing seems to have happened.

So after being literally fed up, Taapsee decided to lash out at Vodafone on social media.

Seems like Taapsee is convinced to bid adieu to Vodafone. Not really sure how much it will impact Vodafone on a whole but then no matter what, you surely didn’t negative publicity from one of the most influential actresses of B-Town today.

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