EXCLUSIVE: In the North, star is only available to stars with…: Tamannaah Bhatia on fandom in South and North
Tamannaah Bhatia is very happy and now sunk in success of her recently released F3 movie. Actress Baahubali has had ups and downs in her career but she thinks it’s all about instinct that will go either right or wrong. In an exclusive chat with Pinkvilla, Tamannaah also shared her views on the passionate fandom for the actor.
When asked if it was a sober decision to make more Male films than Bollywood, Tamannaah replied: “I think for me, I always try to pick the best from the work that is produced. giving me and Baahubali is the best decision of all. There is no official way of working, but it’s an instinct that takes you in the right or wrong direction. However, you can only rely on your instincts. and have to believe in it. There will come a time when it will work, and Sometimes it won’t. I didn’t intentionally choose a Male movie over Hindi but I chose the project wisely. I have never seen any. any project is South or North India.”
She made her big red carpet debut at 75th Cannes Film Festival, Tamannaah Bhatia has an interesting series including Babli Bouncer by Madhur Bhandarkar and Jee Karda, an Indian web series directed by Arunima Sharma. Tamannaah agrees that this is the right time for actresses to experiment and explore roles.
“Definitely so and for me, I think my priority is to switch channels with the factor that I’m versatile and I’m not bogged down by language or any genre. I’m also working on a movie. like Babli Bouncer and we know, Madhur Bhandarkar is known for his strong female leads. We’ve never heard a story about a nanny. This is a very male-focused industry and you’ll be fine. I don’t often see women there but it’s a job that exists. So there’s a lot of worlds and characters to be explored,” said Tamannaah Bhatia, who didn’t want to confine herself to experimenting with other genres of movies. each other, say.
Actress Sye Raa added, “Jee Karda, that also shows me in a very SoBo type of character, which is also the kind of life I lived in Mumbai. For the first time, I will express myself in this movie. my actual environment. I’m trying to do different genres and not lock myself in because I think I’m capable.”
India at the time was enjoying its authenticity. It’s not about South or North…
The fan base in the South is as passionate and active as it is in the North. The fans are very protective and connected with their favorite stars. When asked about it, Tamannaah, a well-known name in South Indian cinema, replied: “I think it is necessary, in the South the fans are very loyal. I think they have a feeling It’s a very personal thing and a different connection to them. But I feel, that kind of star in the North, of course it is, but I see it there for the artists. the star has cemented itself over the course of a decade. That loyalty endures over time.”
Indian film movement is a new trend in Indian cinema. A trend that has long been established by SS Rajamouli with his blockbuster series, Baahubali. Sharing his views on the same thing, Tamannaah said, “India at the time was enjoying the authenticity of it. It wasn’t about South or North, which people were talking about but the audience was talking about. enjoy the mass appeal something emanating from us.”
Tamannaah Bhatia started her acting career at the age of 13. In the early stages of her career and after a few films that failed at the box office, she consulted with a mathematician and changed her writing style. my name.
“I changed my name when I was 16 so it happened when I was very young. I changed it and I’ve always been open about it but if it helps me or not in my career I don’t know. There’s no practical way to find out. I think it’s all down to your beliefs,” said Tamannaah Bhatia, who still adheres to the no-kiss clause in her contract and won’t be violating it anytime soon. .