Bollywood doesn't really welcome everyone with the same enthusiasm. Some make it big, some do not, while others just wait for their stars to shine. But it seems the wait for southern star Taapsee Pannu is over. Taapsee, who earlier could not make it big with her Bollywood debut 'Chashme Baddoor', surprised the audiences with her action packed performance in 'Baby'.
Sooner she bagged the role in Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury's courtroom drama 'Pink' where she just stood out and delivered a performance worth remembering.
Now, she is back with her ferocious avatar in upcoming film 'Naam Shabana'. Here's why you must alter your weekend plans, and go and watch the movie releasing on March 31 2017.
1. Taapsee Herself
First and foremost reason why one should watch 'Naam Shabana' is none other than Taapsee herself. With her performance in 'Pink' she has proven her acting skills and engaged the audience to her forthcoming releases. 'Naam Shabana' is totally a 'Taapsee film' where we may yet again get to see her action in perfection, surely you can not miss that!
2. Akshay Kumar's cameo
Khiladi Akshay Kumar's special appearance in 'Naam Shabana' shall be nothing less than a cherry on the top of a cake.
3. Strong star cast
With the star cast like Manoj Bajpayee, Prithviraj, Anupam Kher, Danny Denzongpa and our very own Akshay Kumar alongside Taapsee, the movie hopes to have a smooth handle at the box-office collections.
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4. Baby fame
If Neeraj Pandey's 2015 film Baby made it to your list of favourite films, then its prequel definitely deserves a watch. Shivam Nair's Naam Shabana tells the story of the journey of a special agent Shabana Khan, and how she becomes a spy. Also how she gets to work for the mission in the film, is all you shall come to know after watching 'Naam Shabana'.
5. Another power-packed woman-centric film
It seems it is the era of woman-centric movies in the Bollywood as now the real heroes of the film are the heroines. Well, 'Naam Shabana' shall make another mark in the mainstream Hindi cinema where female actresses lead the films on their own.
Cheers to women!