‘Shabaash Mithu’ Trailer: Taapsee Pannu looks arresting in Mithali Raj’s biopic


Shabaash Mithu (The unheard story of women in blue)

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], June 20 (ANI): The much-awaited bivouac of Taapsee Pannu’s ‘Shabaash Mithu’ is assuredly out and the amateur looks angry as she accomplish into the shoes of above Indian women’s candid captain Mithali Raj.


In the trailer, Taapsee Pannu portrays the role of Mithu, an alone babe with abounding big dreams in her eyes, to actualize her own amplitude in the macho assertive apple and to change the gentleman’s game. No one believes Mithu that she can comedy candid for India, except for her coach, played by amateur Vijay Raaz, who shows Mithu the appropriate aisle to accomplish all her dreams. However, annihilation comes accessible to her aisle as she is afraid and ridiculed by added teammates and society. She learns to angle alpine adjoin all allowance and leads aggregation India from the front.


Sharing the bivouac on her Instagram account, the ‘Badla’ blur amateur writes in her caption, ” Mithali Raj. You apperceive the name, now get accessible to see the adventure abaft what makes her the legend. Woman who redefined “The Gentleman’s game” She created HERSTORY and I’m honored to accompany it to you #ShabaashMithu 15th JULY 2022 #ShabaashMithuTrailer #GirlWhoChangedTheGame”.


Directed by Srijit Mukherjee, the bivouac of ‘Shabaash Mithu’ is alarming and affective and the blur is all set to hit the theatres on July 15, 2022.


The ‘Thappad’ blur amateur will be apparent arena the role of a sportsperson for the additional time in her career. Earlier the amateur portrayed the role of a agent in ‘Rashmi Rocket’.


‘Shabaash Mithu’ is a activation adventure of afresh retired icon, Mithali Raj who is accepted for her record-breaking 23-year-long career in all-embracing candid and fabricated 10,000 runs in ODI.


Today, India’s best iconic cricketer of BCCI Chairperson Sourav Ganguly launched the bivouac today. (ANI)


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