Taapsee Pannu Upcoming Movies | Taapsee Pannu Movie list
Watch Taapsee Pannu Upcoming Movies and Taapsee Pannu Movie list from 2010 to 2016 with movie poster included. Taapsee Pannu Was born on 1 August 1987. She is an Indian actress, who mostly works in the South industry but in 2013 she appeared in Bollywood films Chashme Baddoor with Alia Zafar , Siddharth, and Divyendu Sharma. She worked in so many profession like software industry , modelling and now she becomes actress . The during modelling day she won Pantaloons Femina Miss Fresh Face and Safi Femina Miss Beautiful Skin awards.
Taapsee is delhi born girl into a Jat Sikh family. Her sister named is Shagun Pannu and she also planning to act in film soon.Taapsee done basic schooling from Mata Jai Kaur Public School which situated in Ashok Vihar, Delhi.
She done B.tech in Computer Science Engineering from the Guru Tegh Bahadur Institute of Technology and also worked as software engineer but soon she started full time modelling and give auditioned for Channel V’s talent show. She also appeared in various television commercials. She Won Pantaloons Femina Miss Fresh Face and Safi Femina Miss Beautiful Skin in 2008. She worked with popular indian brand like Standard Chartered Bank, Dabur, Airtel, Tata Docomo, reliance Trends, Red FM 93.5, UniStyle Image, Coca-Cola, Motorola, Pantaloon. Soon she lost interest in modelling work becuase only very people actually know him. she decided to act in film.
Taapsee first debut movie in Telugu film is Jhummandi Naadam which is directed by Raghavendra Rao. after that she worked in various tamil film like Aadukalam, Vastadu Naa Raju and Mr. Perfect. Soon Taapsee was awarded for Most Enthusiastic Performer Female Award at Edison Awards for her tamil film Arrambam which released in 2013. She got so much fame after baby film. Soon she work with Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan in Pink which released in 2017. She also played in main role in Naam Shabana which is sequel of baby movie.
Watch Taapsee Pannu Upcoming Movies in coming Years:
- Directed: Sankalp Reddy
- Star cast: Rana Daggubati, Taapsee Pannu, Kay Kay Menon, Rahul Singh
- Country: India
- Language: Hindi, Telugu
- Budget: 15 Crore
- Box office: 34.53 Crore
- Release date: 17 February 2017
Story Line: The story is about naval officer and his team who remain underwater for 18 days
3.) Naam Shabana
- Directed by Shivam Nair
- Produced by Neeraj Pandey,Suvidesh Shingade
- Written by Neeraj Pandey
- Screenplay by Neeraj Pandey
- Star cast: Taapsee Pannu, Akshay Kumar,Prithviraj Sukumaran,Manoj Bajpayee,Anupam Kher
- Cinematography Sudheer Palsane
- Edited by Praveen Kathikuloth
- Production company: Plan C Studios
- Release date: 31 March 2017
- Budget ₹15 croreBox office est. ₹56.06 crore
2.) Taapsee Pannu Upcoming Movies is Tadka
Tadka : as name describe this movie is full of mirch masala and this movie is Directed by Prakash Raj and produced by Sameer Dixit, Jatish Varma, Zee Studios. This movie is remake of Malayalam blockbuster Salt N’ Pepper
- Star Cast : Nana Patekar, Shriya Saran, Ali Fazal,Taapsee Pannu
- Directed by Prakash Raj
- Produced by Sameer Dixit, Jatish Varma
- Release dates: 1st December 2017
- Budget: 50 Crore
- Box Office prediction: 500 crore
- Cinematography: Preetha Jayaraman
- Country India
- Language Hindi
The film features the story of Tukaram and Madhura, two strangers in the city that are brought together by the kind of happenstance that makes the magic of fairy tales. As an archaeologist, Tukaram is much more concerned by the warp of weft of stone and entirely unconcerned by the lack of social milestones marking his journey. Madhura is an RJ, a voice that the whole city knows and recognises but with a stranger’s face. Set in a world dotted by people who are misfits much like our protagonists, it is finally food that will bind these characters.
3. Judwaa 2
Judwaa 2 is sequel of Superhit film Judwaa which was released on 1997 by David Dhawan. Varun Dhawan is playing double role and Jacqueline Fernandez and Taapsee Pannu are actress of this film. It will releases on 29 September 2017.
- Movie Name: Judwaa 2
- Release Date: 29 Sep 2017
- Star cast: Varun Dhawan, Taapsee Pannu, Jacqueline
- Director: David Dhawan
- Producer: Sajid Nadiadwala
- Genre: Comedy Drama
- Budget: N/A
Watch Exclusive Collection of Taapsee Pannu Movie list from 2010 to 2016
She done only 3 movie in Bollywood both are big hit according to audience review and response.
1. Chashme Baddoor
2. Baby action thriller with Akshay Kumar.
3. Pink with Amitabh Bachchan
You can Watch The Trailer of Pink Movie
if you want to read about Taapsee Pannu complete story from her voice than read below:
I remember being an extra-playful child. While all the other girls stopped playing outdoor sports afterthe 5th grade, I actively played sports all throughout my schooling days at the Mata Jai Kaur PublicSchool in Delhi. To put it in raw, crude, words, I was kind of a careless brat. Short-tempered that I was,I even got into fights with boys during my early years. Though I always fared well at academics, I spentmore time at extra-curricular events. I loved going to school. I had perfect attendance for three yearsstraight! I actually even wanted to attend school when I was down with chicken pox, but wasn’t allowedto.
I have always been more of an outdoorsy person, though I hate the gloom winter brings. I played allday, coming back home only to eat and sleep. I was fond of cycling, fondness which, as years went on,graduated to motor cycles (always borrowed as I wasn’t allowed one) as well. For some reason, I wasreally a hungry kid. I took a lunch-box (sometimes two!) from home but gobbled everything up withinthe first three classes of the day; I ate at canteen during the actual lunch break. I made my classmates“share” their lunches with me as well.
These extra-curriculars took their toll around the eleventh grade, where I scored only 46% in my finals.I really enjoyed Math, but apparently, the fondness was not mutual. I consistently scored a 2/25 inthree exams in a row. I was made head-girl of my school in the 12th grade. This calling came with a lot ofresponsibility as well. I refused to let it affect my grades anymore, with me scoring a magnificent 90.2%at my boards.
College Life :
I took up dancing around the fourth grade, learning Kathak and Bharatanatyam. My passion for danceprospered throughout my school-life and later, at GTBIT College, where I did my engineering degree,I started The Western Dance Group with some of my classmates. I lead the crew into winning lotsof prizes at the inter-collegiate competitions that we participated in. Living in the metropolitan cityof Delhi, my parents always set a curfew time at home, which I always stuck to. I was never thatenthusiastic about night-life anyway.
Another thing about Delhi that I loved was the street-shopping culture. I am not a very brand-consciousperson and I always prefer the street culture to the mall culture. Same goes with food as well. I believethat the most delectable delicacies come from small eateries and not fancy restaurants.
Actually, I had plans of doing an MBA. I cleared the MBA entrance exam with a CAT score of 88; a 90would have landed me in a B-school! If that had come to be, life would have definitely panned out a lotdifferent than it is now. Phew!
Stepping into the limelight:
While surfing the net one day, I stumbled upon the Channel V Get Gorgeous pageant. I casuallyfilled out the forms and attached a few of my candid pictures of myself. I wasn’t into modeling at thetime whereas most of the other contestants were. I got selected over numerous other contestants andalmost instantly, I had become a recognizable face. Offers came flooding in from around the country.Walking he ramp hardly took my fancy. I wanted my name associated with the face.
I had my inhibitions about coming down south for acting as I did not speak the language. I evenrefused a few offers at the time. Someone then told me that there are a few other acting professionalsthat did not speak the same tongue, but managed to fare well in their fields regardless. I made up mymind and took up the challenge. I was fortunate enough to have such amazing debut films in bothTelugu and Tamil and I have never looked backed since!
As ironic as it may sound, most of the members of my family are miles away from the world ofCinema, except perhaps my mom. She is an avid lover of Indian Cinema and had similar dreams for meas well. My father, on the other hand, wanted a “solid” education background for me. But when he sawhow well the world responded to me as an actor, he lent his full support.
As I have described myself as a brat, my sister is best described as “the responsible one”. She isfour years younger than I, but people often confuse her to be the older one because of the maturity thatis shown on her.
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