Shabaash Mithu trailer: Taapsee Pannu New Movie Trailer

Shabaash Mithu trailer: Taapsee Pannu New Movie Trailer

Shabaash Mithu trailer

Watch the trailer for Shabaash Mithu, in which Taapsee Pannu takes on the role of cricketer Mithali Raj.

Shabaash Mithu, starring Taapsee Pannu, has just released its trailer. The film is based on the life of former Indian Women’s Cricket Team captain Mithali Raj, an exceptional cricketer. Mithali Raj has played international cricket for 23 years and has amassed over 10,000 runs in one-day internationals, breaking numerous records. The film chronicles her struggle to become a cricketer in the face of adversity.

Shabaash Mithu, starring Taapsee Pannu, has just released its trailer. The film is based on the life of former Indian Women’s Cricket Team captain Mithali Raj, an exceptional cricketer.

Shabaash Mithu trailer

Mithali Raj has played international cricket for 23 years and has amassed over 10,000 runs in one-day internationals, breaking numerous records. The film chronicles her struggle to become a cricketer in the face of adversity.

Taapsee Pannu plays Mithu, a girl who aspires to be a cricketer, in the teaser. Except for her coach, played by Vijay Raaz, she is mocked by everyone for her dream. He recognizes her talent and invites her to join the girls cricket squad. Mithu, on the other hand, has a difficult time since she is bullied and mocked. She learns to stand tall in the face of ridicule and to hold her own in society. Even though it’s a little cliched, the film promises to be an inspiring biopic.

The women’s cricket team’s battle to find their own identity is also depicted. ‘Nazariya badlo, Khel badalgaya (the game will change when you alter your perspective),’ says the trailer, which was launched by former cricketer Sourav Ganguly.

Shabaash Mithu was shot in both domestic and foreign settings. Ajit Andhare is the creative producer of Shabaash Mithu, which is produced by Viacom18 Studios and directed by Srijit Mukherji and written by Priya Aven.

Taapsee had tweeted a selfie of herself following the shoot earlier this year. “I was 8 when someone made me dream that cricket will one day be more than a gentleman’s game,” she wrote. Even we shall have a team and a personality. ‘Women in Blue’ is a film about women who wear blue. We’ll be there soon.

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