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Taapsee Pannu Confirmed For A Hindi Remake Of THIS German Thriller Cult Classic

The plot of the movie revolves around a woman who amidst the odds has to collect a huge chunk of money to save her boyfriend’s life. Read below for Taapsee’s character deets.

Taapsee Pannu has become the talk of the town because of her two upcoming women-centric films- Thappad and Shabaash Mithu. While Thappad revolves around a women victim of domestic violence, Shabaash Mithu is about India’s Women cricket team captain Mithali Raj’s journey. Taapsee has always impressed the audience with her credible acting skills in movies like Pink and Sarabjit.

Meanwhile, the versatile actress has been roped in for the Hindi remake of a German thriller. The Hindi remake is titled Looop Lapeta and the original story has been derived from the German cult classic Run Lola Run. Directed by Aakash Bhatia, Looop Lapeta will be produced by Ellipses Entertainment.

Announcing the same, Taapsee shared, “Right, so here’s yet another announcement from my stable. I’m on roll. Or shall I say in a loop? Stoked to announce Sony Pictures India and Ellipse Entertainment’s crazy thriller-comedy ‘Looop Lapeta’, an adaption of the cult classic ‘Run Lola Run’. Looking forward to the roller-coaster with my director Aakash Bhatia, my co-star, Tahir Raj Bhasin and amazing folks at Ellipse Entertainment (Tanuj, Atul) and Sony! Mark your calendar for 29th Jan 2021!”

Talking about Run Lola Run, it is a 1989 German Thriller that stared Frank Potente in the lead. The film revolves around a woman who is set amidst turmoil and has to collect a huge chunk of money to save her boyfriend’s life. The film conveys three different points of view of the same story.

According to the reports, the rights of the original film had been long back brought by Atul Kasbekar and Tanuj Garg. There was also some gossip in the town about Taapsee and Heropanti actress Kriti Sanon were in a race for the lead role in the film.

Looop Lapeta is slated to release on 29th January 2021.

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