Taapsee Pannu on doing ‘small’ Telugu film Mishan Impossible: ‘It’s a film I had the power to pick now’

Actor Taapsee Pannu, who is looking forward to the release of her Telugu film Mishan Impossible, took to Instagram to share a long comment about why she did the project when she is extremely busy in Bollywood. She said that the film falls into the category of films that she now has the power to choose because of the fame she has. Also read: Taapsee Pannu shares the “cutest” trailer for the “smallest” movie Mishan Impossible

After four years, Taapsee has returned to the Telugu cinema with Mishan Impossible, who has three children in the lead roles. The film has been directed by Swaroop RSJ and will be released on April 1.

Taapsee took to his Instagram on Thursday and wrote: “There are some films that you make as a good career move. There are some films you make that are good for the craft. And then there are some films you make because of gratitude that you “Today, the power to choose, to choose and to pay back. #MishanImpossible definitely falls into the latter category. Power that comes with success can make you very addictive and greedy for more but you rarely realize the potential of the responsibility that comes with that power.”

She further wrote that she gets “these beautiful opportunities to associate me with the so-called” small “movies that ironically have BIG hearts, movies that you know many will fail to understand why you chose them if you do not see them. ” Taapsee added that Mishan Impossible will be a film she will be proud of when she looks at her filmography.

Actor Chiranjeevi presided over as the main guest for the film’s pre-release event on Wednesday in Hyderabad. Speaking at the event, Chiranjeevi said he was looking forward to these small films because they had surprised him positively.

“During the pandemic when I could not work, I had the opportunity to see some wonderful little telugu movies on OTT platforms. I’m glad I got to see these movies that have won me over,” he had said.

ott: 10

Close story


Leave a Comment