Taapsee Pannu’s First Look From ‘Rashmi Rocket’ Out! See Pics

Taapsee Pannu is scaling the ladders of success bagging movies one after another. Interestingly, she is seen in different roles every time which speaks high of her versatile talent. If Taapsee continues in this way, she may soon become one of the topmost ladies of Bollywood.

Recently RSVP Movies released Taapsee Pannu’s first look from her movie “Rashmi Rocket” in which she plays a role of Gujarati athlete. The stills are pretty awesome and fans will get to see the actress in a never-seen-before avatar. The production house released the pictures one at a time on social media to maintain a level of suspense.

In their first tweet, they wrote, “Her simplicity is her greatest strength! Rashmi is coming to share her journey, stay tuned.”

Another tweet says, “An eye that’s aiming for the finish line will see through all odds! Rashmi is here to inspire you with her journey.”

The last tweet says, “She broke through the shackles of traditions to fulfill her dreams.”

Taapsee To Play An Incredibly Fast Runner

Through her last few releases including Manmarziyan, Soorma, and Badla, Taapsee has proved multiple times that she is one actress who is open for all types of challenges. After impressing the audience with her acting in “Soorma” which is a sports drama released in 2018, the actress is all set to once again return to the same genre with “Rashmi Rocket.”

In this flick directed by Akash Khurana, Taapsee plays the role of an incredibly fast runner from Kutch, Gujarat. The first look of Rashmi shows Taapsee with tattooed neck, curly tresses, choker and a heavy nose pin and studs. While discussing her reason to select this film Taapsee said, “This story instantly hit the right chord when I heard the idea. It’s one of those few films I was waiting to be developed into a script for me to do. Funnily, I have been made to run in almost every film I’ve done in every other genre. But this time, it’s going to be an out-and-out athlete’s tale. What excited me the most was the human drama that unfolds in her life, which makes it much more than a regular story of an athlete.”