Taapsee is very happy and feeling proud with her new Assignment of being Brand Ambassador of Mumbai Heroes in Celebrity Cricket League (CCL 7) 2017.
“I have dependably been slanted towards sports. The distinction being, I observe every other game with my brain however cricket with my heart. Cricket and film being the two religions of this nation, it’s delightful to see them converge as one amid in Celebrity Cricket League (CCL 7) 2017,” said Taapsee in an interview.
Taapsee ascribes her cosmopolitan forerunners to her place as the Celebrity Cricket League 2016 (CCL6) face. “For me it’s extremely fascinating to be a part of Celebrity Cricket League (CCL6) sixth Season as a Brand Ambassador since I am a Punjabi by birth, started my career in the Tamil and Telugu industries and now I’m a part of Hindi film industry as well. So it’s at least somewhat cosmopolitan. I am anticipating some radiant stimulation in the field by all our heroes.”
Taapsee is very happy and feeling proud with her new Assignment of being Brand Ambassador in Celebrity Cricket League (CCL 6) 2016.
Answering to the lack of ladies playing cricket Taapsee says, “I feel the lack of ladies in a dominant part of areas in India. It’s dismal, it’s disillusioning. We live and work in a male-commanded world and it should keep on being so, unless we as; ladies understand our potential and put it to ideal use. Nobody can help us however ourselves.”
As when we see on her coming career he is busy with the 2 movies, “I have the dual language Ghazi with Rana Daggubati and an unnamed project with Amitabh sir produced by Shoojit Sircar sir. Ghazi is a Telugu-Hindi bi-lingual. We are making movie in two languages Telugu and Hindi as the main actors are known in Hindi as well Telugu cinema, like KK Menon, Atul Kulkarni, Rana and myself.”
Taapsee is extremely excited to support the popular Big name of Cricket Ceelebrity Cricket League (CCL6) 2016 and be connected with games on an expert front also.
The actress will be seen in 3 Bollywood films this year ‘Ghazi,’ ‘Eve,’ and ‘Honkar’.