A familiar name both in Bollywood and the South Indian cinema, Taapsee Pannu was first a model. Ultimately, she got into acting which established her career in India. In 2010, she made her debut in the Telugu film Jhummandi Naadam. The following year, she got her first Tamil role in Aadukalam. Her performance in the Telugu movie Mr. Perfect got her acclaim, leading to a Filmfare nomination for Best Actress -Telugu. At the same time, she made her first ever Malayalam film Doubles. Her debut in Bollywood in the film Chashme Baddoor got her a Filmfare nomination for Best Female Debut. She next earned praise for her work in the Tamil film Arrambam. This year, she starred in the Hindi films Running Shaadi, The Ghazi Attack, and Naam Shabana.
The acclaimed actress sustains her health and fitness by practicing a nutritious diet and an active lifestyle. She achieves balance by practicing discipline in her everyday life. Not much very fond of hitting the gym, the actress finds other ways to work out. She revealed in an interview: “I don’t like going to the gym too much and always like to experiment with new ways to stay fit. I came across this form of exercise, which is extremely good for your cardiovascular stamina, strength and flexibility. It helps one rehabilitate healing muscles and joints.”
She’s talking about the hydropower fitness technique or water workout. It’s not popular in Mumbai, but she finds ways to do it. She explained: “I somehow found a place in Mumbai where I can practice hydropower. Though it’s a very small-scale set up but I am glad that I could pursue it further.” Aside from this, she’s also found a sport that she enjoys. She revealed: “I play squash every day and it’s very strenuous and tiring. Half an hour of squash is enough for me. Similarly, you should find an activity that’s fun and lets you stay fit.”