Taapsee Pannu’s latest release Rashmi Rocket is the buzz of the town since its making. Taapsee Pannu’s power-packed performance and fresh subject makes Rashmi Rocket movie interesting to watch.

Rashmi Rocket has been one of the most eagerly anticipated OTT premieres this year. The movie is available on Zee5, for detailed review read more …


Rashmi Rocket hopes to create a better world place for women. It makes strong and vehement appeals to abolish gender testing in sports, a process that has scarred many women for years. A topic like this has never been addressed earlier in Bollywood.

Rashmi Rocket takes its time to develop the characters, but it gradually picks up and keeps you captivated throughout.

Rashmi Rocket Starcast: Taapsee Pannu, Abhishek Banerjee, Priyanshu Painyuli, Supriya Pathak, Varun Badola, Shweta Tripathi , Supriya Pilgoankar

Rashmi Rocket Director: Akarsh Khurana

Tapsee as Rashmi Rocket

Tapsee as Rashmi Rocket

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Rashmi Vira (Taapsee Pannu) is a girl from the small town of Gujarat, who surpasses all social stereotypes to be a national-level runner in this film. But, as she reaches the height of her proud step, she is met with the huge obstacle she has ever experienced. The huge obstacle has the potential to alter the route of her life. Rashmi is pressured to take a gender test, with the results indicating that she is a ‘Mardaana.’

Her entire world comes falling to pieces around her. How will Rashmi fight to stop these cruel, arbitrary, and harassing standards and laws?

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Rashmi Rocket Review Script Analysis

As the tale depicts Rashmi Vira, a young lady from a middle-class Gujarat family, on her road to becoming a National-level athlete known as Rashmi Rocket, it allows us to develop a connection with the woman we are watching on screen. Rashmi Rocket’s narrative and script manage to keep things grounded and accessible.

The movie’s concept is fresh but a little complex for viewers to understand. On the other hand, the writers have made every effort to make the proceedings understandable. Nanda Periyasamy’s narrative is interesting, and it appears to be modeled on Dutee Chand’s life. The screenplay by Aniruddha Guha with an enhanced screenplay by Kanika Dhillon is well-drafted and concise. The second half, switches between the court and non-court events. A few one-liners add to the impact.

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Rashmi Rocket Review Star Performance

Taapse Pannu is the star of the show in every shot. We can’t take our eyes off her, which is a compliment to her acting skills. With a permanent bright smile, Priyanshu Painyuli perfectly played a loving and caring husband. There are plenty of supporting actors each of them excels in their own roles. Rashmi’s funny advocate is played effectively by Abhishek Banerjee. Supriya Pilgaonkar as the judge is convincing, while Mantra as Rashmi’s strict instructor is a good choice. Supriya Pathak played a strong role of a mother who always encourages her daughter.

Rashmi Rocket Review Direction and Music

The movie’s director, Akarsh Khurana, and scriptwriter, Aniruddha Guha, appear to have made a strategic attempt to maintain the positive and encouraging vibe.

The music by Amit Trivedi and the lyrics by Kausar Munir range from uplifting to emotional with simplicity. While the film’s music may not keep you buzzing long after the curtains have fallen. The background track fits the narrative by being in total alignment with the emotions portrayed on screen.

Although this film does not dive into such deep gloom, it does really well. Rashmi Rocket performs an excellent job of keeping us engrossed till the end of its two-hour runtime.