The actor said on Saturday that the keys to a Paris bungalow, a receipt for Rs 5 crore and a “memory of the 2013 raid” – these were found during a search of properties primarily by the Income Tax (ID) department in connection with Thapsi. In three tweets. She finished the last one with a post script: “Not so சஸ்தி ” No more.
His records came three days after he was charged with tax evasion on Wednesday. Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap was also tested by the IT department. Both were reportedly interrogated by authorities in Pune. The search took place at 30 locations in Mumbai and Pune. In the afternoon, he also shed light on the actions he faced through a tweet.
In the first tweet he posted, he said, “Three days of intensive search. First of all three things: 1. The key to the ‘accused’ bungalow I openly keep in Paris. As summer vacation approaches.”
She followed it up with two more tweets.
2. 5 crore worth of “supposed” receipt, that money was already denied to me to design for future bitch course ????
– Topsy (@taapsee) March 6, 2021
Mr Kashyap later tweeted that they had resumed work. In his post he filmed a sobering moment with Ms. Bannu during a shooting session.
– Anurag Kashyap (anuragkashyap72) March 6, 2021
Anurag Kashyap and Topsy Bannu were outspoken critics of the government and voiced for a variety of reasons, including the ongoing peasant struggle against federal laws. Recently, in response to pop star Rihanna’s post about the peasants’ struggle, Ms. Bannu criticized celebrities for showing solidarity with the government. In Pushback the actor took a joke and questioned “a tweet”.
The probe into the assets of Ms. Bannu and Mr Kashyap has provoked sharp reactions in many political circles. For example, Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik described the move as “an attempt to silence their voices”. RJD’s Tejaswi Yadav tweeted, “Now the Nazi government is threatening to expel social activists, journalists and artists without calling it a spade.”