Photos: Taapsee Pannu looks smoking HOT on Maxim’s official cover

Taapsee Pannu has always grabbed the limelight for her aesthetic fashion sense and style statements. The actress has captivated millions of hearts with her talent and measured performances. Now, the diva is radiating her infectious charm through the cover shoot for Maxim’s October issue.

Gracing the cover of one of the finest fashion magazines, Taapsee looked just smoking hot. Her outfits were sexy, bold & very refreshing – a major credit of which definitely goes to her stylist, Devki B.

Taapsee wore basic black bikini along with a Deepa Gurnani neckpiece. MUA Nicky Rajani kept her look nude with just a hint of colour on her lips.

On the professional front, Taapsee was last seen in Judwaa 2, which also stars Varun Dhawan and Jacqueline Fernandez in lead roles. While talking about the movie, Taapsee had earlier said, ”I had been in continuous touch with David Dhawan and he keeps on checking on me now and then. He was continuously calling me and asking me what I have signed. He used to ask about me, but suddenly the frequency increased. Then, I met Sajid Nadiadwala at his office and we talked for about 30 to 40 minutes casually about what kind of films I would want to do. I was like, they are thinking something. I think the two were trying to know about my interests and whether I would want to do a film like Judwaa 2 or not, considering the films that I have been a part of. I would also want to be a Bollywood quintessential heroine occasionally. They asked me and then I was like, this was something that I was looking forward to. I don’t want people to stereotype me and before they do that, I wanted to take up something different. That’s why I was excited about Judwaa 2.”


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