Entertainment News | Taapsee Pannu’s ‘Looop Lapeta’ to be released on Netflix


Bombay (Maharashtra) [India], Dec. 13 (ANI): The creators of Taapsee Pannu-starrer ‘Looop Lapeta’ have gone a digital route. The film will be released on Netflix soon.

Sharing the update, Taapsee took to Instagram and wrote: “Time is running out and it’s time to run! Can’t wait for you all to see the movie! #LooopLapeta, a feature film by Sony Pictures Films India and Ellipsis Entertainment Production, directed by Aakash Bhatia, forthcoming, only on Netflix. “

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Produced by Sony Pictures Films India, Ellipsis Entertainment and Aayush Maheshwari, “Looop Lapeta” is the Hindi remake of the famous cult classic “Run Lola Run” by Tom Tykwer and directorial debut by Aakash Bhatia.

Speaking about the film, Aakash said, “There is no way to minimize the exhilaration of making the first film and Looop Lapeta surpassed everything. I am extremely excited about the form we gave him. He boldly skips the lines. genres from comedy, thriller to romance and roller coaster ride for audiences. My approach has been to hold onto tightly to the emotional core of our story and our characters, while consciously playing with style and character. A powerful cast and crew made this project what it is. Creative collaborators Kasbekar and Tanuj made great producers on this first trip. I’m delighted that Netflix is ​​the platform on which the world can watch Looop Lapeta. “

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“Looop Lapeta” also stars Tahir Raj Bhasin in the lead role. (ANI)

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