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Rashmi Rocket: Taapsee Pannu is a ‘Head Turner’ as she shares her ‘flare in the hair moment’ photos

Actress Taapsee Pannu who will be seen playing the role of an athlete in the upcoming sports drama ‘Rashmi Rocket’, is currently in Bhuj for the last schedule of the film.

Taapsee has left no stone unturned to get perfectly into the skin of the character. She has undergone rigorous training for her role as an athlete in the film ‘Rashmi Rocket’, and its proof is available on her Instagram account. The actress kept on giving glimpses of her intense training, strict diet and workout sessions. 

Now on Wednesday, the ‘Pink’ fame star took to the photo-sharing app and shared a BTS picture from the sets of the movie. In the click, Taapsee looked stunning as she poses candidly, glancing away from the camera. The diva is flashing her million-dollar smile as she flips her curly locks with sheer confidence. 

She captioned the photo as, “Head Turner or …… a head Turner The flare in the hair moment…#RashmiRocket #BhujDiaries”. Taapsee also shared a sun-kissed selfie on her Instagram story and wrote, “Failed attempt of flare in the hair #RashmiRocket”. She shared another still with a caption, “The Right Flare” and “Shaking it up!”

Filmmaker Jackky Bhagnani commented on Taapsee’s post and said, “Very cool”.

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‘Rashmi Rocket’ chronicles the story of a girl Rashmi and her journey from a tiny village to athletic contests. Directed by Akarsh Khurana and co-produced by Ronnie Screwvala, Neha Anand, and Pranjal Khandhdiya, the sports-drama is expected to release this year.

Besides ‘Rashmi Rocket’, Taapsee has also wrapped up the shooting of Vinil Mathew’s ‘Haseen Dillruba’ in October. She has Rahul Dholakia’s ‘Shabaash Mithu’ in the pipeline. The film is the biopic of Indian Women’s Cricket Team captain Mithali Raj. While, Taapsee will also be seen in Aakash Bhatia’s ‘Looop Lapeta’, which is the Hindi adaptation of the 1998 German film ‘Run Lola Run’.

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