Actress Taapsee Pannu, who loves to binge-read a book written by Dinesh Pandit, has linked it to the stories of author Sujoy Ghosh. For a couple of days, the actor has been reading Pandit books like “Dakaiti 60 Lakh Ki”, “Hawas Ka Aatank” and “Pyaar Ka Aatank”. He has also been publishing citations. The filmmaker now hopes not to be inspired by the thriller.
On Thursday, the filler also posted a photo of him reading the book and reacted to that by tagging Taapsee in his post. He said, “Yo @taapsee Yeh kya bhayanak kitaab hai yaar !!! heart pounding!” Shortly afterwards, Taapse posted a photo in his Instagram story in which Ghosh is seen reading the Indian book “Dakaiti 60 Lakh Ki”. “I hope I’m not inspired by this thriller now! #DineshPandit,” he wrote in the post.
He also reacted to the Twitter message by asking Sojiy to clean up his Hindi and offered him the role of his father the next time. “Good heart, it means! Now quickly clear your Hindi skills so I can throw them like my father into my next one,” he tweeted.
In front of the work, the actor will be seen in the film “Haseen Dillruba”, which is presented as a mysterious thriller. The trailer for the Netflix movie will be released tomorrow. Sharing the update, Taapsee wrote, “Ek sikke ke do pehlu. Kis se honge aap rubaroo? #HaseenDillruba Trailer out Tomorrow.”
“Haseen Dillruba,” starring Vikrant Massey and Harshvardhan Rane. The vinyl is directed by author Mathew “Hasee Toh Phasee” and the film tells the story of a young woman who is the main suspect in her husband’s murder. As the research reveals details about the marriage’s past, the truth is even more astonishing.
The film is scheduled to be released on July 2 and will be broadcast on Netflix.