Taapsee Pannu Set To Get Married To Long term Beau : Reports

Taapsee Pannu is set to wed her longtime beau Mathias Boe in March. The ceremony, slated to be held in Udaipur, is anticipated to be an intimate family gathering, with close friends from the entertainment industry expected to grace the occasion.

The Bollywood starlet, Taapsee Pannu, is reportedly gearing up to exchange vows with her partner of over a decade, former badminton ace Mathias Boe, as per an exclusive report by NDTV. The nuptials are scheduled for March and will be hosted in the picturesque city of Udaipur. The couple’s relationship has endured for more than 10 years, culminating in this joyous event.

As the countdown to their special day begins, let’s delve into the profile of Mathias Boe.

Hailing from Denmark, Mathias Boe achieved fame as a silver medallist at the 2012 London Olympics and the 2013 World Championships. Throughout his illustrious career spanning two decades, Mathias partnered with esteemed players such as Michael Jensen, Thomas Hovgaard, and Michael Lamp. His collaboration with Carsten Mogensen proved particularly successful, clinching the silver medal at the London Olympics in 2012 and the World Championships the following year.

Making his international debut alongside Mogensen in 1998, Mathias quickly rose to prominence, reaching the final of their inaugural tournament at the US Open 2004. At one point, he held the distinction of being the oldest active player at the elite level.

A pivotal member of the Denmark squad, Mathias contributed to their triumph at the Thomas Cup in 2016. Boasting multiple Super Series titles and two All England Championships victories (2011, 2015), the 43-year-old also secured three consecutive World Super Series Finals (2010-2012) and attained the pinnacle as the world’s number one men’s doubles badminton player.

Following his split with Mogensen in March 2019, Mathias partnered with compatriot Mads-Conrad Petersen before announcing his retirement from the international circuit in 2020. Reflecting on his decision, Mathias stated, “Throughout my career, I have demanded of myself that I would do everything I could to become the best badminton player I could. But I have not been able to do that lately. That is why it is time to stop,” as quoted by The Badminton World Federation (BWF).

Note: This news as per various media reports and hasn’t been confirmed by Panchayiti.

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