'Mishan Impossible': Taapsee Pannu embraces sustainable fashion for the Telugu film
Taapsee is doing her bit to embrace sustainable sartorial choices to initiate a change and be able to create less textile waste.
B-town actress Taapsee Pannu is making kinder fashion choices as she opts for wearing sustainable outfits in her next Telugu film titled 'Mishan Impossible'. She will be seen wearing recycled and clothes made out of waste for her character in the film.
Sharing about the conscious decision, Taapsee shared, "I always used to think that it’s sad that so many clothes we use during a shoot are wasted. They are kept lying in the boxes and ultimately, thrown away. Rarely do producers think of reusing or recycling them. I wanted to try and do my bit by using fabrics and brands that use biodegradable or recycled material for my outfits in the film. And with Mishan Impossible, I could do that. Most of the outfits I wear in this film are made out of disposable waste or biodegradable materials. I'm glad, the character I play has the scope for me to wear such clothes. I have loved the idea, which came from our stylist Indrakashi Pattanaik. I wish and hope to incorporate this thought in my other films, too.”
Meanwhile, on the work front, Taapsee was seen in Netflix's recently released 'Haseen Dillruba'. She is also a part of the upcoming movies 'Looop Lapeta', 'Rashmi Rocket', 'Doobaaraa' and a south release.