All you need to know about Taapsee Pannu: Birthday Special

By Line: Ishank Katyal

Self established Bollywood actor Taapsee Pannu was born on 1st August 1987 and has turned 33 today. Here are some interesting facts about Thappad actor:

  1. She started her acting career in Telugu Cinema.

Taapsee Pannu is undoubtedly one of the most talented and versatile actresses of Indian cinema. But few people know that she started her career in 2010 Telugu musical drama Jhummandi Naadam.  After that she did few more Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam films. In 2013, she made her Bollywood debut in 2013 hit comedy film Chashme Baddoor which was directed by veteran director David Dhawan.

  • Taapsee Pannu’s nickname is ‘Maggie’

Not many people know the fact that Taapsee Pannu is being called ‘Maggie’ by her closed friends and family. She got this nickname because of her natural curly hair.

  • A Software Engineer

Manmarziyaan actor is gifted with both beauty and brains. The actor has studied software engineering from Guru Tegh Bahadur Institute of Technology, New Delhi and also worked as a software engineer. She was once offered a job by one of the biggest IT MNCs like Infosys.

  • Her favourite sport is Squash

A part from acting and looks, Taapsee Pannu is quite fond of the sport of squash. In one interview she said that she plays this game everyday as a part of her fitness. She even played a game with her Judwaa 2 co-star Varun Dhawan after which she earned a lot of praise from him.

  • Does all the stunts by herself:

Taapsee Pannu does not require any stuntwoman or a body double while filming action sequences in her movies. In her film Naam Shabana, she performed all the stunts and fighting sequences by herself.

  • A trained classical dancer

In many interviews Taapsee has told us about her love for dancing and also said that she began her journey as a dancer at the age of six. She is trained in Kathak and Bharatnatyam and performed in several competitions during her school and college days.

Shivendra Pandey

A BJMC graduate in tv journalism. Exploring the way things persist!

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