Rashmi Rocket: Taapsee Pannu Shares FIRST LOOK From The Race Track As She Begins Shooting For The Film

Taapsee Pannu is back on track! The actress has begun shooting for her upcoming film Rashmi Rocket, and shared the first look from the race track, check it out!

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Rashmi Rocket: Taapsee Pannu Shares FIRST LOOK From The Race Track As She Begins Shooting For The Film
Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu is back to work after a fun vacation with her sisters! Taapsee had been to the Maldives with her sisters before the shooting of her upcoming film Rashmi Rocket resumed, and she shared numerous pictures from her trip with her fans on social media. However, it’s works mode on for the actress as she has begun shooting for her next film Rashmi Rocket. The actress shared the first look of her character in the film, and it took social media by storm.

Taapsee Pannu took to her Instagram account and shared a picture from the race track giving fans a glimpse of her role in the film. She can be seen wearing athleisure, as she ties her hair back, getting ready for a run. Sharing the picture, Taapsee wrote, “Let’s do this! #RashmiRocket.” Taapsee will be playing the role of a Gujarati athlete in Rashmi Rocket. She has been sharing several videos on her Instagram as she practices some intense exercises for her toned, athletic physique in the film.

Check out Taapsee Pannu’s latest post on Instagram sharing the first look of Rashmi Rocket below:

In an interview with Mumbai Mirror, Taapsee Pannu had revealed that she is on a strict diet for the next two months as she will be prepping for  Rashmi Rocket and Looop Lapeta, a Hindi adaptation of German classic Run Lola Run.

Helmed by Akarsh Khurana, Rashmi Rocket will be produced by Ronnie Screwvala, Neha Anana and Pranjal Khandhiya. Priyanshu Painyuli will be seen in the role of Taapsee’s husband in the film.



Image source: Instagram/taapsee
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