South actress Tamanna Bhatia's dream to make it big in Bollywood has got a big blow once again with her latest Hindi movie Humshakals failing to fetch positive reviews for her. Bollywood critics have completely ignored her presence in the movie and it has not helped the cause. Well, now this failure seems to be forcing her to slash her remuneration.
The Veeram actress started her career in Bollywood. Her
debut movie Chand Sa Roshan Chehra turned out to be dud at
Box Office and it did not become an ideal platform to start her
career. As offer did not come her way, the Maharashtrian girl came
down South in search of good films and started her second innings
In the next few years, Tamanna Bhatia inched her way up and
become one of the top South actresses. The Ayan actress,
who got a few lakhs as remuneration in first few movies, was
getting more than 45 lakhs by 2009. It was because she had
consistently delivered hits. Many producers signed her for their
movies not on the basis of talent rather assuming that she brings
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When Tamanna Got A Crore
By the end of 2012, Tamanna Bhatia was close to 1-crore
paycheque. The actress was getting good offers from Bollywood and
she returned to Hindi movies with bang by charging more than a
crore for Himmatwala.
Tamanna had hoped that Himmatwala would become a
landmark movie in her career and good offers would come her way.
But the movie failed badly at Box Office and people badly
criticised the movie.
Now, once again, Tamanna was testing her luck in Bollywood with
Humshakals and her third Hindi movie too has failed to
give her good reviews. Neither critics nor audience have good words
An Eye Candy
Tamanna is just an eye-candy in Humshakals and there is
no scope for her acting in the movie. Indeed, the movie has become
a butt of jokes.
Tamanna To Concentrate On South
As the movie has failed, Tamanna is now forced to concentrate on
her career in South films. And also, she is now forced to slash her
remuneration as producers decide paycheques in terms of success