India’s first spin-off, ‘Naam Shabana’, which is based on Taapsee Pannu’s character in ‘Baby’, has been grabbing eyeballs with its thrilling trailer.
It is one of the most talked-about trailers of recent times and is being widely appreciated and the film is all set to release in three different languages, namely, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.
The makers have released new posters of the film in Tamil and Telugu, revealing that the movie will be released in both languages simultaneously, along with Hindi.
By doing so, they cater to a wider range of audience, fulfilling the makers’ vision of reaching out to as many people as possible with an action-packed film based on true events.
The audience down south enjoys action films, and the growth of the south Indian market is remarkable.
Taapsee has done a number of south Indian films and is popular with the audience there. Scripts are becoming more universal and films which can have a connection with the audience must be dubbed.
Lately, the language barrier in our country is diminishing with more and more filmmakers dubbing their films in regional languages, and it is pleasant to see ‘Naam Shabana’ releasing in three popular dialects.
Filmmakers Neeraj Pandey and Shital Bhatia, who are synonymous with delivering good content in films like ‘A Wednesday’, ‘Special 26’, and ‘M.S. Dhoni – The Untold Story’, are back with ‘Naam Shabana’ with Taapsee playing the titular role. The trailer is full of action and we see Taapsee undergoing intense training sessions and performing martial arts skills and daredevil stunts.
The makers have got the ‘Baby’ cast to do special cameos in the film and we see Manoj Bajpayee as the new addition.
The trailer is gripping and is receiving positive response and the audience is gearing up to watch Taapsee in an all-new action-packed avatar.
Gulshan Kumar and Cape of Good Films presents, a Plan C Studios production, directed by Shivam Nair, Neeraj Pandey’s ‘Naam Shabana’ is all set to release on 31st March 2017.