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It's no secret that the lovely Tamannaah is one of the most popular actresses in Tollywood today. Fondly referred to as the 'Milky Beauty', the 28-year-old lady is held in high regard because of her good looks, charming personality, bold on-screen image and sincere performances. Over the years, she has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry and this has helped her become a foerce to be reckoned with. At present, she is in the limelight because of her dance number in Kannada actor Yash's KGF.
The song is a remake of Jokae naanu balliya minchu which was picturised on Vijayalalitha. During a recent chat with a leading daily, Tamannaah said that she is 'excited' about being a part of the song.
"This is the first time I will be doing a retro number. I've never had such a fun-filled fulfilling experience like I did on this dance sequence. It is a retro cabaret set-up and I've never attempted to do this before so, it was a learning experience of all sorts," she added.
Interestingly, KGF is the most ambitious film of Yash's career and features him in the role in a new avatar. A period film, it is likely to be released in multiple languages.
On a related note, this is a busy time for Tamannaah.
Besides KGF, she also has the Telugu remake of Queen in her kitty. In it, she will be seen essaying the character played by the feisty Kangana Ranaut in the Bollywood version. The film was originally supposed to be helmed by Neelakanta. However, he walked out of the project because of 'creative differences'. Thereafter, he was replaced by Awe director Prashanth Varma.
So, are you looking forward to Tamannaah's upcoming films? Tell us in the space below.