Taapsee Pannu, who is known for her privacy when it comes to her personal life, recently shared insights into her decade-long relationship with badminton player Mathias Boe.
During an interview with Raj Shamani on his YouTube channel, Taapsee was asked if it becomes harder to date after achieving celebrity status. To which, she responded, “I am with the same person since the past ten years, and I have no thoughts of leaving him or being with anyone else because I am way too happy in the relationship.”
The couple first crossed paths the year Taapsee made her Bollywood debut, and their relationship has stood the test of time despite the challenges of maintaining privacy in the public eye.

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During an ‘Ask me anything’ session on Instagram a few months ago, a fan inquired about Taapsee’s marriage plans. In her witty style, the Pink star replied, “I am not pregnant as yet, so not anytime soon. I shall let you all know.” She also hinted that her wedding would not be an extravagant affair, expressing her desire to host all the wedding functions in one day, and added, “I will get married only when I want to have babies.”

In an earlier conversation with The Times of India, Taapsee said that she has never shied away from acknowledging her relationship but mentioned that neither she nor Mathias are into public displays of affection (PDA). Despite their long-distance relationship, she expressed gratitude for finding time for each other, which she believes has been the key to the success of their relationship over the past nine years.
Taapsee was last seen in Shah Rukh Khan’s Dunki. She received appreciation for her role in the Rajkumar Hirani directorial. And now, her fans are eager to know about her upcoming projects.

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