Actor Taapsee Pannu is beaming with joy right now as she once again bagged a Filmfare award in the Best Actress category. The actor received an award for her performance in Looop Lapeta which has garnered lots of love and appreciation from the audiences. Known for her solid choices and diverse roles, Taapsee has gone on to win The Filmfare Award for Best Actor, Web Original Film (Female) for Looop Lapeta.
This is a hat-trick for Taapsee, as she had earlier won the Best Actor title at the Filmfare Awards for her movies Saand Ki Aankh (2020), Thappad (2021) and now Looop Lapeta (2022). The Shabash Mithu actor took to her social media and dedicated the award to the team behind Looop Lapeta.
Taapsee Pannu’s post on her big win:
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Taapsee wrote, “Ok so this happened last night. #LooopLapeta was that film no one understood why i would want to do. Why would i want to touch a classic like Run Lola Run, why will i do another film where I’m running.
I went into narration with an intent to say No and came out after giving an instant YES! It was the confidence of the producers who were ready to put money on this risk, the writers who did such a brilliant job of adapting and making Lola our very own Savi, the director who is a crazy ball of talent ready to explode on screen and his team who just made sure my every stressful tiring day on set ended with a smile on my face! All the whys’ turned into why nots’. I don’t think I would’ve been half the Savi without this team. We actors do get a lot more credit than we deserve at times so this one is for the team #LooopLapeta. The coolest film I’ve ever done with the coolest bunch of people on set who had the courage to take this challenge head on and pass with some brilliant colours(you have to see the film to ‘know what i mean’)“.
After a brilliant 2022, the actress promises an electric 2023 with films like Dunki along with Shah Rukh Khan, Woh Ladki Hai Kahaan and multiple exciting unannounced projects.
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