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Taapsee Pannu took to Instagram to share a beautiful throwback picture of her school days. Check Out!

Taapsee Pannu took to Instagram to share a beautiful throwback picture of her school days.

Taapsee Pannu appears to be one of the bold actresses, true to her character and is never afraid to address important issues openly. Be it, on nepotism and her struggles in the industry or conveying her thoughts on social issues, she always stood like a rock and braved all odds. In short, she is that cheeky girl who is never scared to speak her mind and empower others.

Recently, she shared a picture reminiscing her school days when she had “braces and embarrassing hair” as a class XII student. The actor has attended Mata Jai Kaur Public School in Delhi and occasionally posts throwback pictures of those golden days on Instagram.

Sharing an unseen candid picture on Wednesday, Taapsee penned, “School !!!!!! This was my 12th standard. Braces( for the second time ), embarassing hair ( coz I was combing my curly hair) that fence (which could take those spare EXTRA kilos Of mine for the entire year!) , the batch on my coat ( the only goal in my life that I set for myself n Ended up achieving it) and the friends who made memories worth discussing for years after. #Throwback #Archive #QuarantinePost.”

The actor can be seen on the right, flashing her million dollar smile and posing for the camera with two of her friends. All of them are in their school uniform and you can spot a school badge on her blazer. Taapsee adds she successfully achieved her school motto “Shubh karman tey kabhun naa taro (Do not hesitate from performing good actions)”.

Taapsee was recently called out as a “B grade actor” and a “needy outsider” by fellow actor Kangana Ranaut. Responding to the comments, Taapsee had told Hindustan Times in an interview, “It’s disheartening to see someone making a mockery out of outsiders and the industry that has given us so much. Imagine the parents whose kids are coming into the industry. What will they think of us? Like we are some nasty evil people sitting here to eat outsiders?”

“I refuse to be bitter. I refuse to take advantage of someone’s death for personal vendetta and I refuse to make mockery out of the industry that gave me bread and identity. As an actor who wants to speak up and address important issues that have happened with me which can help empower others,” she said.

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