Game Over trailer: Taapsee Pannu struggles with PTSD in Ashwin Saravanan's psychological thriller
Game Over, Taapsee pannu's psychological thriller, is set to hit theatres on 14 June
Taapsee Pannu's Tamil-Telugu bilingual film, Game Over has the elements of an edge-of-the-seat psychological thriller. Directed by Ashwin Saravanan, the movie will be released in three languages — Hindi (dubbed), Tamil and Telugu.
The film's trailer depicts Taapsee's character suffering from what is termed as 'anniversary reaction', in which patients tend to reminisce about a particular scarring incident every year, on the day it occurred. The actress' character is seen suffering from unknown threats which haunt her at night, making sleep impossible.
She is hounded by an unknown threat (possibly human). She is even brutally hurt and is on a wheelchair as a result of a previous attack.
— taapsee pannu (@taapsee) May 30, 2019
Anurag Kashyap had earlier announced that he has joined hands with Reliance Entertainment and Y Not studios to present the Hindi version of the bilingual film. Taapsee and Anurag had earlier worked on the 2018 hit Manmarziyaan, which also starred Vicky Kaushal and Abhishek Bachchan.
And u should get used to seeing this man’s name frequently on my movie posters 😜 @anuragkashyap72 presents the Hindi version of #GameOver https://t.co/mEX8f7fpiD — taapsee pannu (@taapsee) May 13, 2019
Game Over is scheduled to release in theatres on 14 June. Watch the trailer here.
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