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Shabaash Mithu: Taapsee Pannu shares PHOTOS from training sessions
Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu has now started preparations for her next film Shabaash Mithu after completing shooting for Rashmi Rocket. It is a biopic of the women's cricket team captain Mithali Raj.
New Delhi: In the first month of 2021, there has been a spurt in shooting and other activities of many new films. In 2020, the film industry stalled due to Corona virus pandemic. Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu has now started preparations for her next film Shabaash Mithu after completing shooting for Rashmi Rocket. It is a biopic of the women's cricket team captain Mithali Raj. Actor Taapsee will be seen in the role of Mithali in the film.
Taapsee shares pic from training session:
Pannu shared a glimpse of training on social media, in which she is ready to take a shot in her hand. With this photo, Taapsee wrote - And, romance with ball and bat has started. The journey is long, but if the beginning is good, then half the work is done. This is going to be a milestone.
Tapsee is taking cricket training from coach Nushin Al Khadir. Taapsee has previously completed shooting for Rashmi Rocket, in which She plays an athlete. The hard work and training that Tapsee did for Rashmi Rocket also shows in her videos, which she posted on social media.
Taapsee stated in her statement that he had never played cricket before. She is a huge fan of this game and has been a mere spectator. Now going to the other side is a formidable challenge for me. But, I feel that due to the pressure I can give the best.
The same thing seems common between Mithali and me. Shabash Mithu's director is Rahul Dholakia. The film writter is Priya Aven. Reacting to Taapsee's post, Mithali wrote that you will ace this role.
Apart from Shabash Mittu, many sports biopics are currently under construction in Bollywood, including badminton player Saina Nehwal's biopic, in which Parineeti Chopra plays Saina. At the same time, Harshvardhan Kapoor is in the character of Abhinav Bindra, who brought Olympic gold in shooting.