Taapsee Pannu: 'Blurr' taps into sensibilities of an individual

MUMBAI: Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu talked about her first film project, "Blurr," in which she plays two characters. The actor was open about her motivations for producing the movie as well as the difficulties of portraying identical twins.

Taapsee said "The fact that "Blurr" appeals to a variety of human sensitivities is the sole reason I chose to make it as my debut feature. The experience of wearing the producer's hat has been amazing. In addition to acting, I wanted to be creatively involved in production, idea, and other rarely glamorised areas of filmmaking."

Writing about a lady who had been tested to the limit by the death of her sister was "vulnerable, raw, and clawing," she said.

Gautami, Gayatri's twin sister, commits herself at the beginning of the two minutes, 33 second trailer (played by Taapsee). Even if the forensic evidence shows that she committed suicide, Gayatri isn't sure about it and thinks her sister is incapable of doing so. As she begins to unravel the mysteries surrounding her death, the doctor advises that she have surgery on her eyes because she is also beginning to lose her vision.

She also learned several secrets and realities about her sister as a result of her investigation. Gayatri experiences a lot during this process, and the trailer concludes with her total loss of vision.

Ajay Bahl, the director, added: ""Blurr" explores the angles, depths, and gloomy passageways that the human mind might take. You are thrust into the murky waters of "Blurr," where intense delusional fury and basic human wants coexist. While directing, the story and plot of the movie gave me a tonne of various things to look into."

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