Taapsee Pannu is in a dilemma over these two films.
Life has stopped with the country under a emergency shutdown , which has now been extended to another two weeks. And as time goes by, Taapsee Pannu He is reportedly eager for his movies. While speaking to a tabloid newspaper, the actress said that she had planned her agenda for the year in such a way that there was no room for a break.
Taapsee last shot for his movie, 'Haseen Dillruba' in March. He returned to Mumbai on March 15 after they suspended 10 days of shooting the film in Haridwar. The actress is also concerned about the fate of her other two films: 'Rashmi Rocket' and 'Shabaash Mithu'. The films involve extensive physical preparations as they are based on real-life athletes. She had already started working on her transformation into a sprinter for 'Rashmi' in January and is now concerned that the break could undo her three months of rigorous preparation.
Taapsee reportedly revealed that physicality was reaching a point, but with the physical training in the videos (since the gyms are closed and his coach can't go home) it boils down to basic workouts, he feels like it's not enough. to make her look like a sprinter. Also, the film can only be shot in September, as the location of Bhuj will be unbearable now that the temperature rises to 50 degrees in the summer.
The schedule for 'Rashmi' will also affect his preparation for 'Shabaash Mithu', which is a biographical film about cricketer Mithali Raj. Taapsee had planned to train for the movie once 'Rashmi' was over, but now it will take months to pick up the cricket with the breaks.