Taapsee Pannu candidly reveals that it wasn’t 'Love-at-first-sight' with Mathias Boe; Says ‘I took time to test if it’s really practical…’

The actress last appeared with Shah Rukh Khan in 'Dunki,' revealed that she never felt "love at first sight" with Mathias and that she continued to visit him until she realised that "you've finally found the man."
Taapsee Pannu

MUMBAI: At last, actress Taapsee Pannu talked about her romantic relationship with Danish badminton coach Mathias Boe. In February of this year, the two got married in secret in Udaipur. Taapsee opened up about how she fell in love with Mathias in a recent interview.

The actress last appeared with Shah Rukh Khan in 'Dunki,' revealed that she never felt "love at first sight" with Mathias and that she continued to visit him until she realised that "you've finally found the man."

(Also read: Taapsee Pannu and Mathias Boe exchanged vows in a private ceremony in Udaipur?)

“I think the fact that he is an athlete and someone who had won at the Olympics for a start… half the job was done there (laughs),” Taapsee told the popular news portal. “I have always been very impressed and in awe of athletes who play for their country and play under extreme pressure without getting affected… It was not like a love-at-first-sight situation, for me at least—I took time to test if it’s really practical… the feasibility of the relationship was important for me.”

Taapsee continued, “I was obviously fond of him and respected him, and we kept meeting and I grew to love him. So falling in love didn’t happen in a month or instantly. It is a fact though, which I keep repeating in most interviews about him—when I met him I felt like I met a man. I had dated so many boys before him, and suddenly, I met a guy who didn’t feel like anyone I’d been with before. So there’s this sudden sense of security and maturity, which was so evident that I felt like ‘okay, you’ve finally found the man’.”

Taapsee and Mathias come from two distinct backgrounds, professionally as well as culturally. When questioned about the similarities and differences that she observed over this period of being together, the actress stated, “How close-knit you’re as a family is something that’s similar between Scandinavians and us, I feel. And what is different culturally is how amazingly independent kids are over there. I have so many nieces and nephews and I see how wholesome and complete their personalities are. I can see them being confident at such a young age. They become independent early on and in life that sense of responsibility is so nicely transferred without feeling the pressure to perform, which is very different.”

(Also read: Taapsee Pannu responds FIRMLY to ongoing wedding rumors with Mathias Boe; Says ‘This forceful prodding in…’)

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Credit:- News 18

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