What does Taapsee Pannu admire in her worst enemy?
Taapsee takes our Tweak Multitasker
Taapsee Pannu is a great sport, and is as passionate about games as she is about films. She owns a badminton team in Premier Badminton League. On screen, she has essayed the role of a game developer in Game Over and a hockey enthusiast in Manmarziyaan. She is playing a 60-year-old shooter in her upcoming film, Saand Ki Aankh.
Not your basic rapid-fire, Tweak Multitasker challenges our favourite celebrities to answer our questionnaire while showing off their multitasking skills. With Taapsee’s gaming background, it was a no-brainer when it came to selecting a task for her Tweak Multitasker episode — it had to be one of our most-loved yet most-hated game night staples. Yes, you guessed. Pannu happily agreed to a quick game of Jenga with us.
Through the fun conversation, she shares why she thinks her relatability makes her a hit with her fans. She’s right, what she picked as being better than great sex had us a little shocked before we agreed wholeheartedly. She cribbed when she realised that we had rearranged the blocks a bit to make it difficult for her, and yes, she made sly attempts to cheat once in a while — but finally emerged a Jenga and quick-fire champ. Until she started talking about what’s the one quality that she loves in her enemy, that is. Somehow, the blocks fell like ninepins and naturally, she blamed her detractors for the loss.
Stayed tuned to watch Waheeda Rehman,Vidya Balan and Shabana Azmi, among others icons trying their hand at some pro-multitasking here. If you’re looking for suggestions for your next game night, (or are feeling particularly brave), read our round-up of the board games designed to destroy friendships.
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Geplaatst door Tweak India op Dinsdag 1 oktober 2019