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She keeps kissing me all the time: Taapsee Pannu's sister Shagun reveals her most annoying habit on Starry Nights 2.Oh!

Mar 14 (AZINS) In their first ever public appearance together, sisters Taapsee Pannu and Shagun Pannu shared a lot of interesting things about each other on Zee Cafe's chat show 'Starry Nights 2.Oh!'.

Shagun claimed that she is the more mature one among the two and Taapsee agreed. Speaking about how careless her elder sister is, she described a recent incident when Taapsee left her car's ignition on. She said, "This happened day before yesterday, the car was running for 3 hours straight. She left the ignition on and I was like what were you thinking? How can you forget to press that ONE button off?"

Shagun also revealed Taapsee's most annoying habit. "She keeps kissing me all the time," she complained to which Taapsee added, "And, she keeps elbowing me out."

When Komal Nahta asked Taapsee about her biggest weakness, the actress said, "It has to be her (pointing to her sister). I love her the most in the whole world, so I feel like what if something happened to her?"

The Pannu sisters are not just partners in crime but also business! Very few people know this that Taapsee runs an event management company 'The Wedding Factory' along with her sister Shagun and friend Farah Parvaresh.

Taapsee also spoke at length about how her life changed after making the transition from the South film industry to Bollywood.

She shared, "When I worked in the south film industry and would come home to Delhi, I would still live like a normal person without anyone knowing. I could take a bag and go around Delhi very normally. Once I started acting in Bollywood, everything changed. Everybody wants to meet me whenever I am home, so I no longer get quality time to spend with my family."

Tune into Starry Nights 2.Oh! on Zee Café, every Sunday at 10 pm.