Gorgeous girl Tamannaah’s mantra to make a mark in filmdom

The actor has a philosophical approach to acting and the world of glitz

By Author  |  Published: 11th Aug 2019  7:45 pmUpdated: 11th Aug 2019  7:56 pm
File Photo: Tamannaah Bhatia

Showbiz is a different world of fantasy, where actors become stars overnight and also lose charm in the very next movie depending on the success at box office, feels milky beauty Tamannaah Bhatia.

The Baahubali actor was at her philosophical best when she attended an event recently. To a query about acting and her mantra in making her signature mark in the glamour field, Tamannaah said she takes every project with utmost sincerity and respect.

“In the field of glitz, actors should know every aspect of their profession and tricks involved in the trade. It should come voluntarily. Laid-back attitude will only make them pay and, later, they will have to repent for their reluctance,” she adds. She also cautioned aspiring actors saying their careers might end abruptly when actors “act” on-screen.

The gorgeous actor who is busy with her upcoming movie Sye Raa starring megastar Chiranjeevi, has handful of projects in Tamil and Hindi languages. Tamannaah has said that acting is not a course that is stipulated to one specific period.

It’s an everyday learning and a continuous process that actors should undergo. One should tread a new path each day; the more you learn, the more you would explore. Dedication and commitment to work will only make an individual a top-notch actor.

By 2020, Tamannaah completes 15 years of filmy journey. Having made her Telugu debut with the movie Sri opposite Manchu Manoj, Tamannaah went on to enthral Telugu audience in Shekhar Kammula’s Happy Days and other romantic flicks that followed. And there was no looking back for the actor as she has been amassing box office hits at regular intervals.

Although she appeared in 50 movies, the actor still feels that she had been learning acting in each and every film. That is the reason she still exists in the industry, she laughs.