Tamannaah Bhatia opens up on Casting Couch in Bollywood, read details

South Indian actresses have a huge fan following not just in southern states but also across the nation. Most of the time, the super-hit movies of South films get dubbed into other languages. As a result, fans across the nation enjoy watching their acting.

South Indian actresses have often been involved in top-quality movies. Every now and then, we have been witnessing blockbuster movies from the South film industry. Among several actresses in South belt, Tamannaah Bhatia is one of the successful actresses.

Tamannaah Bhatia made her acting debut at 15 years old in a Telugu film, ‘Sri’. In the same year her Hindi film, ‘Chaand Sa Roshan Chehra’ did extremely badly at the box office. But she was received well in ‘Happy Days’, a Telugu movie and it did well in the box office as well.

Tamannaah Bhatia opens up on Casting Couch in Bollywood, read details

Since then there is no looking back for the actress and has made her way to becoming one of the most successful actresses of her generation with films like, ‘Baahubali’ under her belt. 

One of the top actresses in the South film industry, Tamannah spends a lot of time in the South. In fact, she also owns an apartment in Mumbai’s Lokhandwala complex. She resides with her parents Anand Bhatia, Santosh Bhatia, and her pooch Pebbles. She paid a whopping sum of Rs 16 crore to buy her dream sea-view apartment, as reported by India Today.

Tamannaah Bhatia opens up on Casting Couch in Bollywood

A few years ago, South Indian actress, Tamannaah Bhatia has opened up on the casting couch in Bollywood film industry. She said, “As I said the film industry is an easy target. All sectors of work have problems. In fact I feel actors are far more responsible and aware because they are always in public eye.”

“We all have our right to opinion. And some will like and some will dislike your thoughts, you’ve to accept it. It’s better to take social media with a pinch of salt. It is just a tool. You need to absorb the good and constructive criticism, ignore the rest,” added Bhatia.