Publish Date: 20 Jun, 2022
Shabash Mithu trailer: Tapsee Pannu is gearing up for yet another sports drama after Rashmi Rocket, this time the actress will be seen in the Biopic of Former Indian women cricket team captain Mithali Raj. Tapsee will take up the role of the history maker Right Handed batter Mithali who recently announced her retirement from all forms of International cricket. The biopic will indeed be a tribute to her hardships and guidance which gave the Indian women cricket team a new identity. The trailer for the upcoming film 'Shabaash Mithu,' starring Taapsee Pannu, has been out and is receiving good response from the Twitter audiences.
Shabash Mithu trailer out
The 2 Min long trailer will send you goosebumps as Tapsee Pannu gets under the skin of Mithali unveiling all the hardships, struggle and discrimination the cricketer faced as she thrived to take womens cricket team to a new height. The trailer opens up with Mithali’s younger self who started to feel the discrimanation between men and women cricket perspective since her childhood, fortunately her coach gives her an opportunity after observing her talent, she then joins the national and international squad and was later named as the captain of the team. But, the struggle didn’t end here, there is a long journey focusing on the narrative on how the cricketer along with her team managed to change the public perception about women playing cricket.
BCCI president Saurav Ganguly launches the trailer of Shabash Mithu
Sourav Ganguly, one of India's most famous cricketers, former captain and present BCCI president presented the teaser today. On July 15th, the film, directed by Srijit Mukherji will be released in theatres.
About Shabash Mithu
The teaser depicts the concept of 'Nazariya badlo, khel badalgaya.' Mithali is largely regarded as India's best female batter. In 50-over cricket, she led the team to two World Cups. Mithali Raj has scored over 10,000 runs in one-day international cricket during her record-breaking 23-year international career. The film follows her extraordinary rise to notoriety as a renowned cricketer and role model to many budding female cricketers in the world.