Behind the Scenes With Taha Shah Badussha

Taha and Pratibha stand out as a celebrity couple that can be closely scrutinized, yet remain an example of romance and partnership. Through professional collaborations that span genres, they have reached prominence together with grace and dedication.

Taha Shah Badussha has quickly become a household name since the release of Heeramandi and is often compared to Sushant Singh Rajput in terms of fame and fan following.

Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar

Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali is known for creating films with lavish costumes, lavish production design, dynamic female lead characters and expertly directed songs that serve as mini films. His latest offering Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar, a period drama series set during India’s independence movement against British Raj in Lahore (then part of Pakistan), offers no exception.

Manisha Koirala plays Mallikajaan, an ambitious queen who runs Heeramandi’s elite house of courtesans and attracts nawabs from across India and Pakistan for intricate dance performances. However, her reign is threatened by Fareedan – her niece.

Moin Baig first approached Bhansali with Heeramandi script 14 years ago; however, due to Bhansali being so preoccupied with other projects such as Saawariya (2007), Guzaarish (2010), and Bajirao Mastani (2015); it never materialised until 1 May when it finally hit Netflix; already it has become one of its top non-English titles globally and been renewed for another season!

Luv Ka The End

Shraddha Kapoor and Taaha Shah Badussha star as its protagonists. It marks Y-Films, a subsidiary of Yash Raj Films’ debut production, as directed by Bumpy based on 2009 American movie Wild Cherry as well as John Tucker Must Die; its plot follows college coed gathering her friends together to seek revenge against an infidelity partner; however it doesn’t go quite far as revenge films should do, although she does manage to bring the situation under control and end it for good!

Luv Nanda (Taaha Shah), rich and desirable at school, becomes everyone’s fantasy boyfriend when Rhea discovers he’s been cheating on her with her favourite rockstar Freddie Kapoor (Ali Zafar in special appearance). But when Rhea discovers Luv is cheating, she gathers her group of mean girls to teach him a lesson by damaging his car, stealing credit cards from him, causing him distress until eventually realising the true nature of Rhea and co. This juvenile and amateur teen flick will likely appeal.

Baar Baar Dekho

Katrina Kaif loves romantic movies. So when she first read the script for Baar Baar Dekho, it made her cry; she knew she had to make the film. And make it she did! Sidharth Malhotra stars as Jai Varma, an indecisive mathematician terrified by commitment who decides to take back his life on the eve of his wedding with Diya Kapoor; eventually realizing he must choose between his profession and love life.

Few days later, he discovers he has been traveling through time. At 60 years old now, he witnesses his mother passing away and Diya divorcing him for Nikhil. It becomes evident to him that it’s important to value each moment instead of waiting for tomorrow to arrive.

Nitya Mehra’s novella features an ambitious plot, but she seems ill-equipped to tell it effectively. There is much ebb and flow in its narrative and numerous cliches that could have been avoided had he been more restrained with his approach – not that this film is bad per se; but certainly far from good either.


Taaha Shah made her acting debut in Yash Raj Films’ Luv Ka The End and since then is being groomed as their new “Blue-eyed Boy”. With three film contracts already signed with them and more planned projects with them in mind, this actor may become part of their roster soon enough.

Jatin (Taaha Shah), son of a lawyer, falls deeply in love with Barkhaa (Sara Loren) when he visits her at a bar in Himachal Pradesh. At first he pursues her but she rejects him repeatedly until eventually learning of her mysterious background and realising she is actually a tawaif.

Heeramandi is an award-winning television drama created and directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali that follows the lives of Heeramandi tawaifs in Lahore, British India. Starring Manisha Koirala, Aditi Rao Hydari, Richa Chadha and Sharmin Segal Mehta it has received widespread acclaim both online and off. Recently it received renewed ratings on Netflix streaming service.


“Gippi” is an inspirational tale about an overweight, underconfident 14 year old named Gippi who struggles to cope with both physical and emotional changes associated with puberty. Living with her single mother Pappi and little brother Booboo and being bullied by popular queen-bee Shamira. Gippi attempts to be like Shamira at school in an effort to fit in. However, her efforts result in heartbreak and menstruation for herself – something Pappi cannot control or predict.

Taha Shah Badussha, best known as Tajdar Baloch from Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s period drama series Heeramandi, visited Mahim Dargah in Mumbai recently to seek divine blessings ahead of his next project. Walking barefoot into the shrine & offering rose petals while praying, Taha offered up a Chadar as part of his prayers at Mahim Dargah.

Taha is currently prepping to star in his debut action movie Tina and Lolo with Sunny Leone & Karishma Tanna. To prepare, Taha has worked tirelessly at mastering martial arts & acrobatics; working closely with Nimrat Kulkarni as his choreographer to master these disciplines for his role.

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