Actor Taapsee Pannu on Wednesday treated her fans to the first look of her upcoming psychological thriller Blurr. Taking to Instagram, Taapsee also announced the release date of the film. Taapsee’s next film will have a direct-to-digital release on ZEE5 on December 9 this year. (Also Read | Taapsee Pannu, Ali Fazal’s film Tadka releases online. Watch trailer)
In the first look of the film, a seemingly scared Taapsee looks at the camera as another Taapsee appears in front of her. As their faces get blurred, the former Taapsee is seen losing her eyesight. Sharing the motion poster, Taapsee captioned the post, “There’s always more than what meets the eye! #BlurrOnZEE5 premieres 9th December.”
Blurr is centred around a woman and follows her struggles and how she fights back to overcome her ordeal. This film revolves around Gayatri played by Taapsee who is slowly losing her sight whilst trying to investigate the death of her twin sister.
Directed by Ajay Bahl, the movie will premiere exclusively on ZEE5 in Hindi and also features Gulshan Devaiah. The film is produced by Zee Studios and Outsiders Films and Echelon Productions. Blurr has been written by Ajay Bahl and Pawan Sony.
Speaking about the film, Taapsee said in a statement, “Thrillers form an important part of my filmography and Blurr was one such script that kept me on the edge with its screenplay and the situations the protagonist was thrown into throughout the film. That’s why it was an immediate yes when Vishal reached out to me for this project.”
She also said, “Having shot almost half the film blindfolded I am taking back home a lot of memories and real bruises which truly made me value the clear vision even more. After section 375 I was really looking forward to working with Ajay sir. I hope the OTT audience is ready for some thrills and chills with this one.”
Apart from Blurr, Taapsee also has Rajkumar Hirani’s upcoming film Dunki. She will be seen opposite Shah Rukh Khan in the film. The film is set to release on December 22, 2023.
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