Judwaa 2 actress Taapsee Pannu said 2018 is a critical year for her because she is chosen to work on nonconventional films.
Tapsee on Monday promoted her debut short film ‘Nitishastra’ along with her co-actor Vicky Arora and director Kapil Verma. The actress is making her debut in short film titled “Nitishashtra”.
When asked about her plans for the rest of the year and her future releasing project, Taapsee said: “Trailer of ‘Soorma’ will be launched on June 11 and it will release on July 13. By the end of June, the trailer of ‘Mulk’ will be released and the movie will release on July 27. ‘Manmarziyaan’ will also release on September 7. It is going to be an exciting year for me. I think 2018 is a very critical year for me because I have tried to work in non-conventional films,”
Talking about working on the short film she said it didn’t feel like she was shooting for a short film. “When Kapil (Verma) made it, I actually felt like I am on a normal film set. I didn’t get the feeling that it’s a short film so, it has less production value and whatever. This made me very clear that there is a market for short films and audience want to see it.”
Taapsee Pannu will be next start shooting with Amitabh Bachchan for Sujoy Ghosh directorial which is tentatively titled as ‘Badla’. The duo was last seen together in their successful outing “Pink”.
Apart from this, she will be also seen in Telugu film “Neevevaroo” which also stars Aadhi Pinisetty, and Ritika Singh in the lead roles.