Rashmi Rocket Creators Release First Song Teaser ‘Ghani Cool Chori’ | Movies News
MUMBAI: Actress Taapsee Pannu is set to burn the dance floor with her moves in the festive number “Ghani Cool Chori”, the first song from her upcoming movie “Rashmi Rocket” which the teaser was released on Monday.
Taapsee star Pannu Zee5 Original ‘Rashmi Rocket’ has already generated a lot of excitement among audiences after the trailer launched. Building the anticipation even more, the creators have now released the teaser for the first song “Ghani Cool Chori” from the film starring Taapsee.
While the song gives us a hint of being a folk, energetic number with a party feel, Taapsee looks gorgeous in a traditional Garba avatar, ready to groove on the dance floor. “Ghani Cool Chori” seems to establish the character of Taapsee Rashmi as a “cool” girl!
Taapsee shared the teaser for the song with audiences, especially fans on social media. The full song will be released on Tuesday.
Located in the salt marshes of Kutch, “Rashmi Rocket” tells the story of a young girl from a small village, blessed with a gift. She is an incredibly fast runner who dreams of crossing the finish line.
On the journey to achieving her dreams, she soon realizes that the race to the finish line is fraught with many obstacles, and what appears to be a sporting competition turns into her personal battle for respect, honor and even his very identity.
Rashmi’s life takes a turn when she is summoned for a gender verification test, leaving her shattered. Accused of fraud and banned from the national team, she files a case of human rights violation and thus begins her fight to regain her respect and a personal fight to defend her identity and return to the race of life.
Produced by Ronnie Screwvala, Neha Anand and Pranjal Khandhdiya, written by Nanda Periyasamy, Aniruddha Guha and Kanika Dhillon and directed by Akarsh Khurana, “Rashmi Rocket” also stars Supriya Pathak, Abhishek Banerjee, Priyanshu Painyulgaar and Supriya Pilya.
The film is scheduled to premiere on Zee5 on October 15.