Taapsee Pannu To Marry BF Mathias Boe In An Intimate Wedding In March?

As per the latest reports, actress Taapsee Pannu will be tying the knot with her boyfriend Mathias Boe in March, in an intimate wedding ceremony.

Actress Taapsee Pannu is preparing to tie the knot. According to reports, Taapsee is set to marry her long-time boyfriend, badminton player Mathias Boe, after a decade of being together. The wedding festivities are expected to happen in Udaipur by the end of March and will be a private affair involving only close family members, without any Bollywood celebrities on the guest list.

Taapsee Pannu To Tie Knot With BF Mathias Boe

It comes as no surprise that the Dunki actress is preparing to marry Mathias Boe, her partner for nearly 10 years, who also happens to be the coach of the Indian badminton team. Despite keeping their relationship low-key, reports from NDTV suggest that they’re soon to wed.

As per the report, the ‘Dunki’ actress and her partner are planning to tie the knot towards the end of March, although no specific date has been disclosed yet. They’re said to be organizing a grand wedding blending Sikh and Christian traditions to honor both cultures.

The ceremony is rumored to be set in the picturesque city of Udaipur, Rajasthan, and will be an intimate gathering, with only close family and friends invited; no celebrities from the film industry are expected to attend. However, everyone is eagerly awaiting an official confirmation from the couple to validate these details.

How Taapsee Met Mathias

During a recent interview, the actress provided a glimpse into her relationship, expressing her joy with Mathias. Speaking with Raj Shamani, she disclosed that she encountered her partner for the first time in 2013, the year she debuted in the film ‘Chashme Baddoor’. Taapsee added, “I have been with the same person since then and I have no thoughts of leaving him or being with anyone else because I am way too happy in the relationship.”

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