Taapsee Pannu On 1984 Anti Sikh Riots: Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu talked about her family’s horrific experience during the 1984 anti-Sikh riots in Delhi. Taapsee told that her parents were not married at that time. The rioters surrounded his father’s house in Shakti Nagar, but the people of the neighborhood saved him and his father’s family.
The rioters surrounded the father’s house
During the interview with The Lallantop, Taapsee told that her parents were not married at that time. Mother lived in East Delhi, while father lived in Shakti Nagar. Taapsee Pannu said, “Whatever I know about that time, I have heard from him. My mother tells us that their area was safe, but the father was the only Sikh family in Shakti Nagar. Jonga used to stand outside our house and not many people had cars at that time.
Had reached home with sword and petrol bomb
Taapsee told, “I was told that at that time people brought swords, petrol bombs, so they knew that there was only one Sikh family there.” So at that time the family members had turned off the lights and hid inside the house. There was no option to run away. Because I knew that people have come around. Then where will you run away to? There were four families inside the building where they lived on rent. The remaining three were Hindus. Those people had come till the gate and inquired about our family, then the rest of the Hindu family told that they have fled. Then they came to know that this jonga is ours, then they set it on fire. He was saved like this because the people of the neighborhood saved him.
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Talking about the work front, Taapsee Pannu was last seen in the film Dobara, which was directed by Anurag Kashyap. Now she will be seen in the film Danki opposite Shah Rukh Khan, which will hit the theaters later this year. It is being directed by famous director Rajkumar Hirani.
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