Taapsee Pannu Celebrates International Day Of Democracy
Though India is called a democratic country, people are still facing challenges like unemployment, religious riots, and others. Celebrating International Day Of Democracy and supporting Samwad, actor Taapsee Pannu shared a short poem on her social media handle.
The ‘Pink’ actor posted the poem in Hindi and Punjabi language. Through the poem, Taapsee has brought to light the current situation of the country. She expressed that when anyone raises questions for the betterment of the country, it’s not anti-national, it’s because one loves his or her country.
The Instagram feed of Taapsee read, “Because when you raise questions asking for better for your country it’s not anti national it’s coz you love your country and countrymen beyond all fears and feel it’s potential is still untapped. To the Largest Democracy of the world, let’s make sure we preserve our ‘rights’ and perform the ‘duties’...Also swipe right for the Punjabi version in the voice of yours truly. #Samwaad #internationalDayOfDemocracy @kireetkhurana @climbmediaindia”
About the event, the annual event was launched by the United Nations in the year 2007. Today, people of some countries are fighting to make their nation democratic. People of some countries with democracy are struggling to keep democracy intact.
Meanwhile, on the work front, Taapsee has some exciting projects in the kitty. She will star in Rashmi Rocket, playing the role of a sprinter from the heartlands of India. In Haseen Dilruba, she plays a character filled with mystery and seduction. She will also star in the desi adaptation of Run Lola Run, titled Looop Lapeta. She also has Mithali Raj’s biopic Shabaash Mithu in the pipeline.