Tamanna Bhatia is going places. The actress, who has conquered the hearts of South Indian audience, is game to start her second innings in Bollywood. As we all know, the hot and happening girl is re-entering Hindi film industry with Himmatwala, an official remake of of the 1983 blockbuster of the same name directed by South Indian director K Raghavendra Rao starring Jeetendra and Sridevi.
The photos and trailers show that Tamanna Bhatia has cast her magic spell through colourful outfits in the movie starring Ajay Devgn. As a result, the actress is being flooded by offers of which she has already accepted a project. The actress will be doing Sajid-Farhad's untitled film starring superstar Akshay Kumar. However, the interesting point of the story is that she has sticked to her usual clauses and the 23-year old is unwilling to cross her limits for the sake of making it big in Hindi films.
Well, Tammana Bhatia, who has not sported a bikini or done an on-screen lip-lock till date, is not willing to do it in Bollywood too. Continue reading the story on the slideshow...
It comes as no surprise, as Tamanna has repeatedly said the same in South. Whenever she was quizzed about it, the actress said that she would not don bikinis nor do any lip-lock scenes.
However, when asked about 'typical' masala films riding on heroes and heroines being used as an accessory, she said, "I feel for an actress commercial films are bigger challenge than a film where there is a title role for them... When you have a limited role in the film to captivate the audience, it's important."
She continues, "The job of the actor is to perform better and to attract audience even in that short span of your screen presence. It becomes more challenging as there are fewer scenes,"
Tamanna concludes, "one must keep in mind the likes and dislikes of audience while choosing a film. The combination of me enjoying the film is also important. Like if I am doing a film just for the heck of the role and people are not enjoying it then the purpose is defeated. People must see and enjoy it and that is the reason we do films."