September 16, 2021

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Taapsee Pannu Launche Her Production House ‘Outsiders Films’

After Kangana Ranaut, Anushka Sharma, Alia Bhatt and Deepika Padukone, now Taapsee Pannu has also turned to production. Taapsee Pannu will now be seen working as a producer as well as acting. She is recently launched her own production house. Which she named ‘Outsiders Films’. Taapsee herself has given this information to her fans by sharing a post on social media.

Taapsee Pannu shared a video teaser of her production house ‘Outsiders Films’ and wrote, “Last year when I was almost a decade immersed in the dream of this Indian film industry. I never knew I would not be in this industry. Not only will I swim, but will actually learn to swim my own way. It’s not easy for someone who never dreamed of becoming a public figure. I’m always grateful to all the people who showered me with so much love And have believed in my work. Now is the time to pay back, because with great power comes great responsibility. So wish me the best and I promise to do my best to bring out the best from you. Because the scene ‘Outside’ The best of all. Now it’s time to write a new chapter in life as a producer with Outsider Films.”

Taapsee Pannu reveals the FIRST POSTER of her upcoming film BLUR.

For ‘Outsiders Films’, Taapsee has joined hands with Pranjal Khandhadia, who has been associated with content and film production for the last 20 years. Pranjal has been associated with the production of many popular films like ‘Super 30’, ‘Soorma’, ‘Piku’, ‘Mubarakan’, ‘Azhar’ and has also produced Taapsee’s film ‘Rashmi Rocket’. In another post, Taapsee Pannu shared a photo with Pranjal and wrote, “Lo hum aa gaye. And it all started because of Pranjal’s faith. This is the guy who runs “Outsiders Films”. While I got the boss. Allowed to go around. Pranjal and I will tread that thin line between friendship and business by patting each other on the back. While we make sure your every penny on our projects is worth it. Cheers.”

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