Taapsee Pannu is On a Roll with 7 Films Lined up for 2018-19by Opinion Express May 25, 2018 0 comments
As reported, film actor Taapsee Pannu, has a busy year ahead as she will be seen in seven films in 2018-19 ranging from Hindi to Telugu cinema. Taapsee is on of the most successful actresses who is dabbling both in Bollywood and South language films with much ease and accolades together.
With five releases in 2017, each different from the other, from critical to commercial success, she paved a niche for herself. She has as many as four films releasing this year and three films in the pipeline. She will first be seen in Soorma, the Sandeep Singh biopic with Diljit Dosanjh followed by Anubhav Sinha’s Mulk and will also be seen in Anurag Kashyap’s Manmarziyaan which is due for a release in September. She has a Telugu film in her kitty titled Neevevaroo which releases in the second half of the year.
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Jordan wanted Get Out to be universal
Actor-director-writer Jordan Peele says he wanted to be “racially specific and universal” with his film Get Out. The horror film centred on an interracial relationship between a black American man and his white partner, was a satire on racism and was critically lauded. He became the first African-American screenwriter to win an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for it. “The curiosity of ‘guess who is coming to dinner’ really connected. Besides having amazing actors, a script and execution, it’s a story about race. But is still relatable. Everyone shares the fear of meeting your in-laws, whether you are or not from a different race than them, you are going to fear that they might not accept you in that situation. So I had a eureka moment in writing the script that’s the mould I should make this movie in,for it to be both racially specific and universal,” said Peele.
Courtesy: The Pioneer