Recollect the startling analyst stories during the 1970s by Hindi mash authors, for example, Surender Mohan Pathak, Ved Prakash Sharma and Colonel Ranjeet? These books auctions off the rack on railroad stations like samosas.
Presently, the look, feel, flavor and disposition of those startling books will have a vital impact in the Anand Rai delivered jasoosi kahani Dilurba Haseena which highlights Taapsee Pannu in a never-seen symbol. Says Taapsee, “Hindi mash fiction will affect this film. Once more, this is something I haven’t done previously.” Last year was a marvelous year for her. “What’s more, I am getting increasingly amped up for the year that is coming,” says Tapasee.
The year starts for Taapsee with Anubhav Sinha’s Thappad. “I play a standard normal housewife. It’s an exceptionally meek character, the sort of housewife whose relationship is molded by male centric guidelines where she is underestimated. It is an absolutely new zone for me,” says Taapsee.