Actress Taapsee Pannu considers National Award-winning filmmaker Vetrimaaran’s Tamil thriller “Visaaranai” a masterpiece, and said that the film didn’t even let her catch a breath.
Taapsee watched the film here at the ongoing 17th Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival.
“I’m not surprised how the film made me feel. It didn’t even give me a minute to catch a breath,” Taapsee told IANS.
Inspired by true events, the film is about organized crime within police force. It also throws the spotlight on police brutality.
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“I really can’t describe the experience of watching the film in words. It’s a masterpiece and it doesn’t matter Vetrimaaran sir takes nearly five years to make a film,” she said.
Having worked with Vetrimaaran in Tamil film “Aadukalam”, Taapsee says the filmmaker has raised the bar with his latest film.