The latest offer for Taapsee has come from Bollywood and it will be directed by Tushar Hiranandani.

Taapsee Pannu bags another heroine-centric roleDigital Native
Flix Entertainment Saturday, September 29, 2018 - 15:31
Written by  Digital Native

Taapsee Pannu has bagged yet another Bollywood flick and it will be a heroine centric role. Taapsee has been selective of the films she signs and never let’s go of any heroine-centric or performance-oriented roles that come her way.

The latest offer for her has come from Bollywood and it will be directed by Tushar Hiranandani. Anurag Kashyap and Shibashish Sarkar will be bankrolling the film jointly. On the film, we hear that it is based on the life of the rifle shooters Prakashi and Chandro. Bhumi Pednekar has also been roped in along with Taapsee to play one of the rifle shooters. Both the actors will be undergoing special training in rifle shooting to enable them to get into the skin of the character.

Though Taapse began her career in the Telugu film industry with Jhummandi Naadham, she is now concentrating in Bollywood with a number of Hindi films in her kitty. Her first Hindi film release this year was Dil Juunglee and she has had quite a few of her films released in Bollywood since then. 

Taapsee’s last film release was Manmarziyaan, in which she had shared the screen space with Abhishek Bachchan and Vicky Kaushal. She has Tadka lined up for release this year. This film is being directed by popular south Indian actor Prakash Raj and is the remake of the blockbuster Malayalam hit Salt N Pepper. Tadka is in post-production mode right now and is likely to be out at the theatres by year-end. Apart from this film, she also has the Sujoy Ghosh directorial Badla. Taapsee will be sharing the screen space with Amitabh Bachchan in this flick.

The actor had made a comeback in Tollywood as heroine with the horror flick Anando Brahma directed by Mahi V Raghav, which released last month.

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