Bollywood actor Tahir Raj Bhasin has finally returned to the city after three months and has resumed work. He has started dubbing “Looop Lapeta” for the next release. The actor says it is disorienting to see a noisy city closing in on Mumbai and the film industry paralyzed, as happened in the Pandemic.
“It’s really wonderful to be back in Mumbai and start working after the country enters a second deadly wave. Mumbai has a very different energy and I love some of the time I enjoy here. I want to climb the city that has given me the wind under my wings and want to climb,” says Tahir.
He adds: “I’ve started dubbing for ‘Looop Lapeta’. As soon as this is over, I’ll start working on a new project I’m really excited about. I’ve been working on finishing my brand commitments before immersing myself in filmmaking.”
The actor says he left Mumbai to shoot in various parts of the country, as cases in the city were escalating. “So it’s wonderful to see Mumbai return to normal and restart the industry.”
Tahir says he felt disoriented when the shooting stopped in Mumbai. “It’s a city of dreams and it’s always up and running every second of the day. That’s the charm of Mumbai. So it’s disoriented to see it closed, filmmaking to be paralyzed and people to be out of work,” they said.
In the movie “Looop Lapeta,” Tahir is paired with Taapsee Pan. He also has “Bulbul Tarang” in front of Sonakshi Sinha and “Yeh Kaali Kaali Ankhein” along with Shweta Tripathi.
Tahir also has “83” to release. The film, directed by Kabir Khan, won its first World Cup in India in 1983 and ranks Ranveer Singh as the captain of Kapil Dev. Tahir plays the legendary initial battle Sunil Gavaskar.
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