According to sources the mp state government has exempted Anubhav Sinha’s film Thappad from the Sate Goods And service Tax (SGST) for the three months from its release date. The film has received the privilege even before its official release. Meanwhile according to various reports, the government has directed multiplexes and single screens to not collect SGST on the film tickets. The ticket fare normally includes 18 per cent GST and SGST with Central Goods and service Tax which is 9 per cent.
The last film that exempted from the tax was deepika padukone starrer january 2020 release chhapaak, which spoke about the acid violence. As for Taapsee, her last film Saand Ki Aankh was also announced Tax-free in many states. Thappad, starring taapsee pannu in the lead and directed by anubhav sinha talks about domestic violence and what a lady who takes a stand for herself has to go through. The film released yesterday and opened to positive reviews and has made Taapsee very happy.
Taapsee Pannu is currently busy with the promotions of her upcoming film, Thappad. The trailer and promos of the film have received a great response. Thappad is about how it is not right for a man to slap his wife/girlfriend or any woman. When the trailer came out, many said that it’s an answer to shahid kapoor and kiara Advani’s Kabir Singh.