Taapsee Pannu shares transformation journey for Rashmi Rocket, she said no to steroids to achieve natural body – Bollywood

Taapsee Pannu shared her journey from being an actress who never goes to the gym to becoming a sprinter for her upcoming film, Rashmi Rocket. The actor revealed he does not use steroids and transformed his body naturally for the film.

Sharing a video of his training for the film, Taapsee tweeted: “Because ordinary people are meant to do extraordinary things. “Khudi ko kar buland itna ki har takdeer se pahle khuda banda se khud poojhe bata teri raza kya hai. Here is the caption mein aur kuch likhne ko bacha nahi hai sab video mein bol diya #RashmiRocket. “

The video opens with his photos from his school days when he won medals in sports. He reveals he was six when he first raced in Class I, and then won a medal every time he raced on sports day. “Maybe because I was a hyperactive kid but I was also very competitive,” he says.

He also shared about making it clear to his coach that “he will not use steroids and will build his body very naturally in a real and believable way.”

Taapsee said they didn’t have the budget to retouch the body on screen to show sharper muscles, but they needed to make it real and work on herself. She says: “I didn’t have the freedom to be an actress to sit at home while I built my muscles and prepared my body for the film, I had to make other films at the same time. I was shooting for many other movies while training for Rashmi Rocket. ”

He says he’s not a gym person and goes to the gym “really bad”. The video also shows his struggle with sprinting when he gave up on the third day of shooting and couldn’t even stand up and took two weeks to recover.

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On Thursday Taapsee released some new photos from his grueling training sessions for the film. Actor Pink took to Instagram to share two photos of herself from the training session and shared her journey from lifting “50lbs (22.6kg) to 540lbs (244.9kg)”. The images show the 33-year-old actor sitting in a training machine he called his “main machine” in the caption. “My main car” The travel from 50lbs (22.6kg) to 540lbs (244.9kg), “he wrote in the caption. Hinting at the new video, he added:” Yes, I know I’m also waiting for the final video that seems to take longer than my muscles took to show up #RashmiRocket #OneMoreRep. ”

Directed by Akarsh Khurana and co-produced by Ronnie Screwvala, Neha Anand and Pranjal Khandhdiya, the sports drama that tells the story of a Rashmi girl and her journey from a small village to athletic competitions will be released in 2021.

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