Slowly but steadily consolidating her position she is presumed to be the face of cinema in the coming days at least in the South. With top class banners and popular heroes of the day to share the screen with her like Surya in Ayan, Dhanush in Padikkathavan and Bharat in the Tamil remake of Jab We Met, she surely has a long way to go.
However the actress has never shied away from roles demanding much critical rigour like the one she essayed in Kalloori. If rigour is the right word for restrained acting, then the lady has imbibed the meaning of the word in the true sense of the term. Tamanna who is acting in the Tamil remake of the Blockbuster Hindi movie Jab We Met has ruled out any scope for on screen lip lock and size zero figure along the lines of Kareena Kapoor .
The actress has categorically made her statement clear, "I will not do kissing scenes; it's in my contract. Kissing scenes can't contribute to a film"s success; it's the emotion that counts." Size zero she believes won"t suit her and “Besides, it doesn't suit Indian bodies and can't be retained forever."
Tamanna lays her conditions as well as her remuneration. The audience is charmed by her and she is making hay when the sun is shining bright for her. No wonder that she has raised her fee by more than100 hundred percent from 30 lakhs to nearly 70. With glamour the defining quotient for heroines of the age along with their acting talents, it needs to be seen whether she will hold on to her vow for no lip lock and size zero or ...
Tamanna is surely basking in the glory of her hard earned success. Happy Days has virtually opened bright and sunny days of success for the actress. With an eye on Bollywood, the actress has made the right moves in both the Telugu and Tamil film industries. Though she has settled for a fifth position in the popularity charts, with Nayantara at the helm, the actress has a definite game plan in mind. No wonder that she has diplomatically cast way the popularity meter as, "The number game is not constant."