Taapsee back in Kollywood

Taapsee back in Kollywood

At a time when many were under the impression that Taapsee Pannu’s game was over in Kollywood, the actor is all set to make a comeback with a film titled Game Over.

The Aadukalam and Vandhaan Vendraan actress has started shooting for Game Over, a Tamil-Telugu bilingual film being directed by Ashwin Saravanan of Maya fame.

According to sources, the shoot will be wrapped up in one month. Sashikanth’s Y Not Studios and Reliance Entertainment are bankrolling the film.

Music for the movie is being Ron Ethan Yohann, while Vasanth is cranking the camera. Says the director, “Game Over is a proper thriller film and it will have ample scope to showcase Taapsee’s talent in Tamil and Telugu.”

On her part, Taapsee tweeted, “When all risk takers flock together this is what comes out of it #GameOverNext bilingual (Tamil/Telugu) With this quirk king of a director @Ashwin_saravana co-written by #KaavyaRamkumar Produced and presented by the content churners @StudiosYNot and the biggie @RelianceEnt”.

Taapsee is an actress and model known for her work in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi films. Taapsee worked as a software professional and pursued a career in modelling before becoming an actress.

During her modelling career, she appeared in a number of commercials. Taapsee made her acting debut with the 2010 Telugu film Jhummandi Naadam, directed by Raghavendra Rao.

Since then, she has appeared in a number of critically acclaimed films such as Aadukalam, Vastadu Naa Raju and Mr. Perfect.

Her Tamil film Aadukalam won six National Film Awards at the 58th National Film Awards. She has also worked in a Malayalam film and has been signed on for three Telugu films and several Hindi films.

She was awarded Most Enthusiastic Performer-Female Award at the 2014 Edison Awards for her performance in the Tamil film Arrambam (2013). In 2015, she starred in the critically and commercially successful film Baby. She went on to star in the drama Pink (2016), the war film The Ghazi Attack (2017), and the comedy Judwaa 2.