Fateh From The Shabaash Mithu Song Features Taapsee Pannu Performing At Lord’s – Watch The Video!
T-Series posted Fateh, the first song from Shabaash Mithu, on their YouTube account on Tuesday. Salvage Audio Collective and Charan wrote the song “Fateh,” and Charan and Romy both sang on it. Beginning with Taapsee Pannu getting ready, the song video. In the song, she is referred to as “sher (lion)”.
The song, which is about two minutes long, depicts Taapsee Pannu’s Mithali Raj, the cricket player on whom the movie is based, preparing for her matches day and night. Throughout the song, the actor is seen on the field with her team members and subsequently enjoying a celebration with them. The actor is shown putting in a lot of practice time and taking the train to her competitions.
The Lord’s Cricket Ground in London can be seen in the background of the video, which then shows Taapsee removing a bag from under her bed and dusting herself. The next time we see her, she is playing with her Indian team at the Lord’s. In the early hours of the morning, Taapsee is spotted jogging in her village in India. The song is powerful and demonstrates Taapsee’s grit and willpower. The attitude of perseverance and fighting against all odds is at the heart of the song.
Taapsee debuted the first trailer for the movie earlier this month, which is a biography of former Indian captain Mithali Raj. “You already know who she is, so get ready to learn the legend-making background of Mithali.
Redefining “The Gentleman’s Game” by a woman. I’m honoured to provide HER STORY to you because she created it. 15th July, #ShabaashMithu “The actor revealed the trailer via a tweet. Srijit Mukherjee directed the picture, which Viacom18 Studios also produced. The movie, which will be released in theatres on July 15, also stars seasoned performer Vijay Raaz.
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The film, which was written by Priya Aven, is a coming-of-age tale of women’s cricket in India as seen by its most accomplished cricketer. It will detail the ups and downs, obstacles, and happy times in Mithali Raj’s life. She has captained India in four World Cups and scored seven straight fifties in one-day international matches during her more than 20-year career.