Bollywood star Taapsee Pannu tied the knot with her long-time beau, badminton player Mathias Boe. The duo got hitched on March 23 in a picturesque ceremony in Udaipur. The couple has yet to unveil official wedding snapshots. However, a leaked video from their varmala ceremony has sent waves across social media platforms. The clip offers a glimpse into their joyous celebration.

The Viral Video:

The leaked video, presumably captured by a guest, showcases Taapsee exuberantly dancing. She is making her way towards Mathias, who eagerly awaits her on the ramp. Taapsee dazzles in a traditional red salwar suit, while Mathias complements her attire with an ivory sherwani. He was also adorned with a ‘sehra’.

The Heartwarming Exchange:

Accompanied by her bridesmaids, Taapsee gracefully approaches Mathias, exchanging garlands amidst cheers and applause. The groom seals the moment with an affectionate peck on the actress’s cheeks. They joyfully danced as fragrant rose petals showered over them.

Taapsee’s Bridal Ensemble:

Taapsee radiates elegance in her red traditional Punjabi attire, accentuated by intricate golden borders and matching dupatta. Her bridesmaids lovingly hold a red chaadar over her head as they escort her to the mandap. Taapsee is adorned with opulent golden kaleeras and a quintessential Punjabi paranda.

Guests and Attendees:

The presence of the couple’s closest friends and family members, including acclaimed filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, Kanika Dhillon, Pavail Gulati, and others, graced the intimate wedding affair in Udaipur.

Taapsee and Mathias’s love story dates back to 2013, and their relationship has flourished ever since. While they have been open about their romance, Mathias has maintained a low profile, steering clear of the limelight.

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Hailing from Denmark, Mathias Boe boasts a stellar badminton career, marked by numerous accolades and medals. After a successful stint as a player, he transitioned into coaching and currently serves as the men’s doubles coach for the Indian national badminton team.