Taapsee Pannu owns some amazing content under her name. Just the other day, she released the first look of Shabaash Mithu – a biopic on Mithali Raj, captain of the Indian women's national cricket team and she collected quite a few praises for herself. Apart from this film, the actress also has another sports drama film, Rashmi Rocket where she will be essaying the role of a fast runner. Giving some smashing content in the upcoming years, she, yet again, has come with this hard-hitting subject that has already intrigued us with the mere poster which was released yesterday. Today, the makers have served us with the first trailer of Thappad which is high on the content quality.
Before sharing the trailer of Thappad, she shared the poster, captioning, “Kya yeh bas itni si baat hai? Kya pyaar mein ye bhi jayaz hai? Yeh #Thappad Ki pehli Jhalak hai! #Thappadfirstlook.” After working together with filmmaker Anubhav Sinha in the film Mulk, Taapsee has once again joined hands with Sinha for his upcoming flick Thappad and yet again she marks a powerful presence in this trailer as well. The trailer starts off with Taapsee who is asking for justice when she was slapped by her husband. The trailer is all about how one slap is not okay and woman should not be okay and a man shouldn't get away with it so easily. We see how 'one slap' changes her love towards her husband and makes her realise how she was neglecting all the unfair things that was done by her husband in her martial phase. Watch the trailer below:
Apart from Taapsee, Dia Miraz, Pavail Gulati, Ram Kapoor, Tanvi Azmi too look impactful. Meanwhile, Taapsee Pannu recently introduced her character based on the legendary writer Amrita Pritam and shared the release date of the film. Anubhav Sinha’s Thappad is produced by Anubhav Sinha and Bhushan Kumar and is scheduled to release on February 28, 2020.
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