Taapsee Pannu has worked very hard for her titular role in Shivam Nair’s Naam Shabana. But is that enough to make a film engaging? Let us find out. Two years after the critically-acclaimed Neeraj Pandey film, Baby, its spin-off hits theatres on Friday.
Starring Taapsee Pannu in the lead role and Akshay Kumar in a guest appearance, the movie is one of the most anticipated ones in recent times. Neeraj Pandey’s writing and Baby’s performance are the main reasons for the expectations rising sky-high.
Naam Shabana takes the audience through the making of a spy, who protects her nation’s security against all odds. While Bollywood has seen numerous spy thrillers based on male characters, Naam Shabana, is the first ever Indian movie based on a woman spy — Shabana.
Her depiction of the character of a spy is all set to salute the spirit of all the nameless spies who courageously work every day to protect us. Akshay Kumar makes a guest appearance, reprising his role as Ajay Singh Rajput from Baby.
Directed by Shivam Nair, Naam Shabana is a spy thriller that also stars Anupam Kher and Manoj Bajpayee. Will Shivam manage to keep the intriguing quality of Baby and impress the audience? Watch this space for a detailed review.