Taapsee’s folks are wor­ried. Here’s why

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Time Out - Yashika Mathur

Ac­tor Taapsee Pannu (right) might have im­pressed fans with the trailer of her new ac­tion­packed film, but it has left her par­ents wor­ried. “My par­ents know how I can go all out when it comes to sports. This time, it was mar­tial arts. See­ing a few shots in the trailer and know­ing what I’m go­ing to do in the film, my mother was con­cerned if I’ve bro­ken a bone or torn a mus­cle,” says Taapsee.

The ac­tor, who won crit­i­cal ac­claim for the 2016 movie, Pink, adds: “I’ve al­ways been a hy­per ac­tive kid, who loved out­door sports. Un­for­tu­nately, I suf­fered bruises and wounds quite fre­quently.”

Taapsee has been trained by Hollywood stunt di­rec­tor Cyril Raf­faelli for the Neeraj Pandey film, and is happy with the ex­pe­ri­ence. “I didn’t get any in­jury through­out the shoot­ing sched­ule. And the credit for this goes to my stunt di­rec­tor and the crew of the film. They took all the nec­es­sary precautions,” adds the 29-year-old ac­tor.

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