Leading actress Taapsee Pannu, known best among Tamil cinema fans for starring in Dhanush's Aadukalam and the psychological thriller Game Over, is currently one of the most sought-after names in Bollywood, with her latest release, Haseen Dilruba, too garnering a huge response. On Thursday, Taapsee, who has been a part of the film fraternity for more than a decade, dropped the announcement of the launch of her own production banner, Outsider Films. As part of this new venture, the actress has teamed up with Pranjal Khandhdiya, a content creator and producer for over 20 years, who earlier worked on the production front on films like Super 30, Soorma, Piku, Mubarakan, Azhar, including the upcoming 83. Check out the announcement video of Outsider Films below: 

Currently also producing Rashmi Rocket, starring Taapsee, the actress and Pranjal have also now released the first look of their upcoming production venture titled Blurr, which will be directed by Ajay Bahl of BA Pass, and Section 375 fame and is a collaboration with Zee Studios and Vishal Rana's Echelon Productions. Below is Taapsee’s Blurr first look poster: 

Speaking about her new beginning, Pannu states, "I’m thrilled to embark upon this new journey and diversify my love for cinema with my production house. With Outsiders Films, I aim to give back to the industry and empower talent who’re looking for a breakthrough and come with no background like me. Pranjal and I together look forward to opening doors for new and fresh talents, both in front and behind the camera." She further adds, "Pranjal and I both come from humble backgrounds. That’s why the name Outsiders Films clicked with us. We aim to produce meaningful, entertaining, and quality content." Likewise, Pranjal informs, "Forging a solid partnership needs two people to have a lot of similarities and at the same time, different opinions. This is where our partnership becomes so interesting. Taapsee and I both have similar goals, but with varied opinions and approach. Outsiders Films gives us the opportunity to seek our creative goals while complimenting each other at work."