Maheswara Rao Nadella | Published On: Jan, 26, 2024 | 10:28 AM
Over the years, Taapsee Pannu has emerged as a trailblazer in the film industry, consistently opting for unconventional and entertaining scripts that set her apart. In 2021, she took a significant step by launching her production house, Outsider Films, and has since produced movies like Doobara, Looop Lapeta, and the recent hit, Dhak Dhak. In a recent interview, Taapsee opened up about her experience as a producer and the success of Dhak Dhak.
Explaining her motivation for becoming a producer, Taapsee emphasized that it wasn’t to secure roles for herself but to create opportunities for those struggling to break into the industry. She expressed the challenges of convincing people that one has what it takes and highlighted the hard work invested in the film.
Speaking about Dhak Dhak, Taapsee pointed out the positive reception it received. From visuals to production values, everything resonated well with the audience, validating her instincts as a producer. Trusting her instincts has been a consistent theme in her career, and it paid off once again with the success of Dhak Dhak.
Taapsee Pannu’s impact on Indian cinema extends beyond her production ventures. She has played a pivotal role in reshaping the portrayal of women in the industry, seamlessly blending rich content-driven and commercial films.
Looking ahead, Taapsee has exciting projects in her pipeline. She is set to star in director Arshad Syed’s comedy-drama film, “Woh Ladki Hai Kahaan,” alongside Pratik Gandhi and Prateik Patil Babbar. Additionally, she is reprising her role in the sequel to the 2021 Netflix film, “Haseen Dillruba,” titled “Phir Aayi Hasseen Dillruba,” directed by Jayprad Desai. The sequel features a talented ensemble cast, including Vikrant Massey, Sunny Kaushal, and Jimmy Shergill.
As Taapsee Pannu continues to thrive as an actress and producer, her journey remains a testament to resilience, innovation, and a commitment to bringing about positive change in Indian cinema.