Taapsee in dancing mode for Daruvu

Taapsee Pannu is not disheartened over her failures in 2011 and is rather hoping to sweep the box-office with her charisma this year. In fact, she is now juggling four big projects, which she

Published: 31st January 2012 05:36 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:25 PM   |  A+A-

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Taapsee Pannu is not disheartened over her failures in 2011 and is rather hoping to sweep the box-office with her charisma this year. In fact, she is now juggling four big projects, which she claims came her way because of her talent. The computer science engineer is at present shaking a leg to a folk song in Souryam fame Siva’s Daruvu alongside Ravi Teja. She had earlier paired with the hero in Veera, but as a second fiddle to Kajal Aggarwal. “Folk song aftr months! Bak in2 dancing mode for daruvu! Day 2 of song n I already have body crams. Looking forward to finishing this song in 3 days! Wid extra shifts though,” tweeted the buoyant actress. Debutante director Kumar’s Gundello Godari will witness the ravishing beauty as a village belle and she is all excited about her new look.  The flick is getting filmed at some picturesque locales in West Godavari district. Lakshmi Manchu is the lead actor and producer, while Sundeep Kishan and Aadi Pinisetty are the heroes. Meher Ramesh-Venkatesh’s Shadow got launched recently. Then, David Dhawan’s Chashme Baddoor is introducing Taapsee in Bollywood opposite lover boy Siddharth Narayan. It is a remake of 1981-release of the same title.

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