Filmmakers Neeraj Pandey and Shital Bhatia, who are synonymous with delivering good cinema content, are back to give the audience India’s first spin-off! After much appreciated and critically applauded films like ‘Baby,’ ‘A Wednesday,’ ‘Special 26,’ and ‘M.S. Dhoni- The Untold Story,’ the makers are back with a power-packed ‘Naam Shabana.’ Taapse Pannu plays the titular role and it is based on her character in ‘Baby.’
The makers and the cast members, namely, Neeraj Pandey, Shital Bhatia, Taapsee Pannu and Manoj Bajpayee had an informal gathering yesterday to showcase the trailer of the film. The trailer is full of action and takes us to the back-story of Taapsee’s character in ‘Baby,’ explaining how and why she trains to become an undercover agent.
Manoj Bajpayee has been shown as her handler who is overlooking and taking charge of getting Taapsee trained to perfection in intense action sequences and we see her perform daredevil stunts and develop exceptional martial arts skills too. The starcast of Baby, Anupam Kher, Danny Denzongpa and Akshay Kumar are also seen in Cameos.
‘Naam Shabana’ trailer grips us with its thrilling content along with an exhilarating glimpse of her intriguing journey. The trailer brings to celluloid the circumstances and incidents that led to the making of Shabana Khan.
Sources also reveal that the film is based on a real life story and Shabana’s character is inspired by a RAW agent.
It is exciting to see Akshay Kumar back for a cameo and his straight-faced punchline in the end provides comic relief to the intense film. The cast of Baby also further add to the hardhitting storyline of the film.
The trailer is receiving overwhelming, positive response and the movie is all set to keep the audience at the edge of their seats and give them an action-packed adrenaline rush, with Taapsee exploring her action side like never before!
Gulshan Kumar and Cape of Good Films presents, A Plan C Studios production Neeraj Pandey’s Naam Shabana directed by Shivam Nair is all set to release on 31st March 2017.