- Taapsee Pannu will next be seen in 'Rashmi Rocket'
- Taapsee can be seen doing Dhanurasana in the picture
- "The bow and the arrow," she captioned the post
With every new post, we are becoming fans of Taapsee Pannu's fitness level. One day, the actress shares a picture from her gym session, the other day she gets to the racing track. Now, she is a human bow and arrow. The actress, who will play the role of an athlete in the film Rashmi Rocket, has been prepping day in and day out. On Tuesday, she shared a picture of herself on her Instagram profile. In the picture, Taapsee can be seen in Dhanurasana (or Bow pose). She captioned the post: "The bow and the arrow." She added the hashtag #RashmiRocket to her post.
Take a look at the post here:
Taapsee Pannu began the week by sharing a picture from a racing track. She wrote "let's do this" in her caption. This is the post we are referring to:
Before starting her vigorous training, Taapsee Pannu was on a holiday in Maldives with her sisters Shagun and Evania Pannu. PS_ She also followed her strict diet during her holiday.
While I take a break, my super-efficient @munmun.ganeriwal continues to hold the fort for me. As she shifts me into a shredding diet for #RashmiRocket . She gets me to indulge in this yummy, holiday breakfast of eggs, avocados, and mushrooms rich in proteins and good fats. As they say, the right people in your life can get things 'floating' for you and in my case, it's done quite literally! #Holiday #Maldives #OnADietPlan #TajExotica #FloatingBreakfast #TapcTravels
Taapsee Pannu's fans will get to see a lot more of her as she has a busy schedule ahead, with back-to-back projects lined-up. The actress' forthcoming projects include Vinil Mathew's Haseen Dillruba (also starring Vikrant Massey), Aakash Bhatia's Looop Lapeta, which will also feature Tahir Raj Bhasin. It is the Hindi adaptation of the 1998 German hit Run Lola Run. She will also star in Shabaash Mithu, based on the life of Indian women's cricket team captain Mithali Raj. The actress was last seen in Anubhav Sinha's Thappad.