We guarantee you that this song from Rashmi Rocket will push your hormones up
The song is epitome to the spirit of the main character of the movie, Rashmi. This is a fact that is acknowledged by the actress, Tapsee Pannu herself. She further appreciated the efforts of Amit Trivedi and Nikita Gandhi who have made the song so fun and so apart
Rashmi Rocket was shrouded in much mystery before it released its trailer in the past week. Akarsh Khurana directed and Ronnie Screwala produced a sports saga which stars Tapsee Pannu in lead role and managed to invite curiosity into its content. Now its latest song “Zidd” has moved the hearts and legs of its audience.
The song ‘Zidd’ is sung by Nikita Gandhi. The music for the song is composed by Amit Trivedi. The lyrics are credited to Kausar Munir. The song is epitome to the spirit of the main character of the movie, Rashmi. This is a fact that is acknowledged by the actress, Tapsee Pannu herself. She further appreciated the efforts of Amit Trivedi and Nikita Gandhi who have made the song so fun and so apt.
— taapsee pannu (@taapsee) October 4, 2021
The song lyrics are spot on and highlight the grit and determination that the main characters have in order to fight against the world. The person also needs to fight against our own self doubts.
Watch Rashmi Rocket Movie Trailer Here
As evident from the trailer, the movie will be the story of female athletes who have to undergo the process of gender testing while competing in games. The movie will ask the audience to cheer on their main character, Rashmi as she goes against the system and discrimination faced by her. She also fights to protect her honor, pride and dignity.
The Release Date
The movie is set for a digital release on 15th October. The movie also features actresses Supriya Pathak and Abhishek Banerjee. The movie aims to entertain and inform the public in regards to gender testing for female sports. In India, the topic came to public notice when Dutee Chand was dropped from Indian contingent in 2014. The story seems in part to be inspired by her experience.