Keys to an alleged Paris bungalow, a receipt for Rs 5 crore, and “memory of 2013 raid” – these are what the income-tax (I-T) division primarily discovered throughout its raid on properties linked to Tapsee Pannu, the actor mentioned on Saturday in three tweets. She ended the final a type of with a put up script: “Not so sasti” anymore.
Her posts got here three days after Wednesday’s raids over alleged tax evasion. Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, too, was raided by the I-T division. Both had been reportedly questioned by officers in Pune. Searches befell at 30 places in Mumbai and Pune. Later within the day, he, too, appeared to make mild of the actions he confronted with a tweet.
In the primary tweet she posted, she mentioned, “Three days of intense search. Of three things primarily: 1. The keys of the ‘alleged’ bungalow that I apparently own in Paris. Because summer holidays are around the corner.”
She adopted it up with two extra tweets.
2. The “alleged” receipt value 5 crores to border n maintain for future pitching coz I’ve been refused that cash earlier than ????
— taapsee pannu (@taapsee) March 6, 2021
Mr Kashyap later tweeted saying they’d resumed work. His put up included an image that captured a leisurely second with Ms Pannu throughout a taking pictures session.
— Anurag Kashyap (@anuragkashyap72) March 6, 2021
Anurag Kashyap and Taapsee Pannu are outspoken critics of the federal government and have lent their voice to varied causes, together with the continued farmer protests towards central legal guidelines. Recently, Ms Pannu had criticised the present of solidarity by celebrities in the direction of the federal government in response to pop star Rihanna’s put up drawing consideration to the farmers’ agitation. The actor took a jibe on the pushback and questioned “one tweet” rattling one’s perception.
The raid on properties associated to Ms Pannu and Mr Kashyap evoked sharp reactions a number of political quarters. Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik, as an illustration, known as the motion “an attempt to supress their voices”. The RJD’s Tejashwi Yadav tweeted, “Now Nazi govt is chasing social activists, journalists & artists to threaten them against calling spade a spade.”