Looop Lapeta: Taapsee Pannu shares a cool FIRST LOOK of Tahir Raj Bhasin as 'jholer' Satya from upcoming film

After sharing her first look from the film, Taapsee today shared Tahir Raj Bhasin’s look. He will be seen in a prominent role in the film.
Looop Lapeta: Taapsee Pannu shares a cool FIRST LOOK of Tahir Raj Bhasin as 'jholer' Satya from upcoming film
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Bollywood busiest actress Taapsee Pannu, who has been shooting back to back, has shared another first look from her upcoming thriller film Looop Lapeta. The First Look is of actor Tahir Raj Bhasin who will be seen in a prominent role in the film. A few days ago Taapsee had shared her first look from the film. The thriller drama Looop Lapeta, which is a Hindi remake of the German film Run Lola Run, is helmed by Aakash Bhatia. In the first look, Tahir Raj Bhasin is looking cool and his changed avatar is very impressive.  

Sharing the look on her official Twitter handle, Taapsee wrote, “Satya's shortcuts always lead to satya-nash! Presenting  @tahirrajbhasin as Satya, the lazy, loveable "jholer", in the year's craziest ride, "Looop Lapeta". #LooopLapeta.” She even introduced his character name. In the picture, Tahir is seen carrying a bag on his back and is standing in a mill. Earlier, she had shared her uber cool look from the film. Taapsee was seen wearing a green t-shirt and shorts and sitting on a commode.

She captioned it as “Life mein kabhi kabhaar aisa time aata hai jab humein khud se yeh sawaal karna padta hai “How did I end up here?” main bhi yahi soch rahi thi. No, not the shit pot, but the shit life! Hi, this is Savi, and welcome on board a crazy ride #LooopLapeta.”

Check Taapsee’s tweet here:

As reported the 1998 German original starred Franka Potente and Moritz Bleibtreu in the lead role. The story follows a woman who needs to arrange 100,000 Deutsche Mark in 20 minutes to save her boyfriend.

Also Read: Looop Lapeta: Taapsee Pannu stuns in uber cool avatar in FIRST LOOK as she welcomes all on board 'crazy ride'

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