Actress Taapsee Pannu says her forthcoming multi-lingual thriller “Game Over” is a very special film as it hasn’t been shot in a region-specific way.
“To our luck, Anurag Kashyap loved the film and agreed to come on board to present the film in the Hindi language. The film has dubbing artistes in those two languages (Tamil and Telugu) but Hindi I am dubbing myself. I feel it adds so much to the character if an actor dubs for his/her own self,” she added.
Taapsee Pannu was last seen in Tamil in the horror comedy Kanchana 2 opposite Raghava Lawrence and had then shifted to Bollywood where she scored back to back hits like Pink, Mulk, Judwaa 2, Soorma, Naam Shabana and recently Manmarziyaan and Badla.
Game Over has Taapsee playing a game addicted character who gets stuck to a wheelchair and the freaky incidents that follow also involving games and how she survives. The movie has music by Ron Ethan Yohann and will release worldwide in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi on June 14.
“This is a very special film because rarely you come across scripts and concept which aren’t shot in region specific way,” Taapsee said in a statement.
“This is one of them and I wanted to make sure I get it for the Hindi audience as well,” she added.