Taapsee Pannu keeps on appearing on several social media sites and shares her views, and experiments with her fans, and lovers. It was on Monday when the “’Thappad’ actress shared the first trial photo from her 2019 film Saand Ki Aankh. In the movie, she appeared against Bhumi Pednekar.
The actor reveals that the film was a first in many ways as it involved her and Bhumi posed women twice their age and that is why she calls it one of the ‘biggest experiments’ of her career. By sharing two close-up photos of her aged look, she calls it a “Collection of Several First Times”.
Taapsee As India’s Champion Sharp Shooter
If there is one amazing thing about Taapsee Pannu, she is known as an actress, it is her deep experiments with fresh stories, and roles. Taapsee, as staying there in her isolation, continues throwback posts series, and shared a picture of her look trial from the 2019 film, “Saand Ki Aankh”, and publicized that the film was her career’s biggest experiment so far. In the movie, Taapsee appeared in the role of a 60 plus-year-old Prakashi Tomar, one of India’s champion sharpshooters.
The Number Of Too Many Firsts
Sharing two snapshots from the film with the first look trial, Taapsee captioned it the movie with multiple “Firsts”, as “the first time director” (our over enthu teddy), Tushar Hiranandani, the first time writer, director, first time producer @nidhiparmarhira, and probably the first time 2 female actors in the peak time of their career appeared to portray Twice their age to share equal screen space in a story never shared before!”
Saand Ki Aankh is a non-fiction biographical film based on the lives of ‘shooter sisters, Chandro and Prakashi Tomar, with Bhumi Pednekar playing the role of Chandra. Taapsee continued, “Too many firsts in this one and I guess the beginner’s luck worked incredibly. Never seen too many stories and memories attached to this one as there in Saand Ki Aankh.
Taapsee did share a birthday wish for Tushar on her Instagram account stories. “Happy birthday to our very own Thanos @tusharhiranandani. Now please go kill the, !”. Taapsee wrote along with a photograph of the director.