Taapsee Pannu Shares Mournful Note Over Her Grandmother's Demise

Ankita Chetana |May 31, 2020

The actress took to Instagram to share a heartfelt note about the demise of her paternal grandmother. Read the details to know more!

Bollywood actress Taapsee Pannu often called her paternal grandmother 'Biji'. Yesterday, she posted a heartfelt note sharing her mournful feeling over her grandmother's death. Alongside the photograph from a Gurudwara, the actress wrote a caption that read:

"The last of that generation in the family leaves us with a void that will stay forever.... Biji".

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Photo of the funeral of Taapsee' grandmother (Source: Instagram)

No more details but everyone could get her feeling from the post. Then Taapsee's co-star in Thappad Pavail Gulati reacted to it with an emoji, apart from several fans' comments. One of them expressed: "RIP, god bless you." while another wrote: "May God give you and your family strength".

Up to now, there hasn't been any detail about the death of the actress's grandmother publicized. Meanwhile, Taapsee Pannu is currently self-quarantining with her younger sister in Mumbai in the time of the coronavirus lockdown. Earlier, she talked about her parents during the isolation to a leading daily:

"I’m glad that my parents aren’t living anywhere near the hotspot. They’re in their 60s and need to be slightly careful. My dad is retired and mom is a housewife. Most of the time, they stay indoors and would only go out for a walk, meet friends, or visit the Gurudwara or market place nearby. So after the lockdown, it hasn’t affected them the way it has affected us. They seem to be more worried about how we’re coping with it."

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Taapsee during the lockdown (Source: Instagram)

Also in May, she opened up about her relationship with Denmark badminton player Mathias Boe:

"I don’t want to hide anything from anyone. I’m very proud to accept the presence of someone in my life. But yes, at the same time, I wouldn’t only talk about it for the headlines because then it takes away from my credibility as an actor and what I have achieved in all these years by working hard. That I can’t afford to do."

>>> Read more: 5 Indian Celebrities With The Best Sense Of Humor: From Taapsee Pannu To MP Shashi Tharoor


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