'Anando Brahma' Releases: Here's How the Leading Lady Taapsee Pannu Stays at Top of Her Fitness Game

Actor Taapsee Pannu is currently in the news for her upcoming Telugu release 'Anando Brahma'.

Deeksha Kumar  |  Updated: August 19, 2017 12:18 IST

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'Anando Brahma' Releases: Here's How the Leading Lady Taapsee Pannu Stays at Top of Her Fitness Game
Highlights
  • Taapsee urges everyone to accept their body type, to nurture your body
  • Taapsee is not a gym person but takes up other fitness activities
  • She eats a lot of rice which is the only carbohydrate in her diet
Taapsee Pannu's journey from Tollywood to Bollywood has been a labourious one. Her roles in films like Baby, Chashme Baddoor and The Ghazi Attack have been remarkable and her performance in the Amitabh Bachchan starer Pink was applauded by audiences and critics alike. She also stars alongside Varun Dhawan in Judwaa 2 - a remake of the popular 90s Salman Khan starer of the same name. Judwaa 2 is slated for release in September, 2017. She is also filming for Prakash Raj's Tadka starring Nana Patekar, Shriya Saran, Ali Fazal among others.  

Her latest release is Mahi V Raghav's Telugu horror-comedy, Anando Brahma opposite Vennela Kishore which got released this Friday. This is not the first time Taapsee is seen as a part of a horror film. Some of her notable work in the genre includes the widely loved Tamil horror-comedy Kanchana 2, a part of the Muni series written and directed by Raghava Lawrence.

 
 

When u r happy n u know it, kick high!!!!! #NaamShabana

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Taapsee Pannu’s DietThe actress is well known in the business for her fitness regime and her willingness to stay fit and active. The actress keeps on practicing new fitness routines to achieve better results. Taapsee targets on toning her muscles rather than getting a zero size figure

Taapsee in an IDream’s interaction video had said, “I am on diets but not into crash diets, I have gone into nutrition. Also I am into knowing my body and accepting my body." She also says that she has accepted that she can’t be that skinny girl because she has a strong body structure and an athletic body. Taapsee got rid of gluten and lactose from her diet and this is why she stays away from milk and doesn’t eat yoghurt or curd. The actress drinks warm water and green tea to detox. She belongs to the state of Punjab and it has been a challenge for her to give up on parathas, one of her favourite foods. But when she does get a craving to eat a parantha once or twice a week, she ensures her paranthas are made with a mixture of 10 different types of flours including jowar, ragi, soya, bajra and rice flour. She eats a lot of rice which is the only carbohydrate in her diet. Her advice to everyone is not to starve themselves but to understand their own body and eat what suits them best.
 
 

Things you learn while doing your job which u never thought you will otherwise... #NaamShabana

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Taapsee Pannu’s Workout

CommentsTaapsee is not a gym person but takes up other fitness activities like swimming, dancing, playing squash to keep her fit and in shape. The actress plays squash for 40-45 minutes regularly. According to her 40-45 minutes on the squash court are equivalent to spending 1.5hrs in a gym. She regards squash as the 2nd best sport which is most suited for both mental and physical health. Taapsee believes that playing a sport is a better route to a fit body and mind as opposed to going to a gym. Zumba is also one of her favourite fitness activities.
 
 

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Taapsee urges everyone to accept their body type, to nurture your body not torture it. Just a few films old in the Bollywood industry, she has managed to make an impression with her power-packed acting skills. Here's hoping that The Ghazi Attack brings her much more success.

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