Tamannaah believes in commercial cinema
After having done films such as Chand Sa Roshan Chehra (2005), Himmatwala (2013), Entertainment (2014) and Humshakals (2014),
Tamannaah Bhatia (left) went missing from the Bollywood scene. The reason, Tamannaah says, was that she was getting similar offers, and hence decided to wait for right projects. “I didn’t want to repeat myself. I wanted to break the girl-next-door image. So when I was offered to play aurally challenged character in Vasu (Bhagnani) sir’s film, I took it up instantly. I felt it was a great opportunity for me to play something different. I have even gone without makeup for this role.”
The actor has just finished shooting for this yet-to-be-titled film, which also stars Prabhudheva. The film doesn’t have a release date yet, as the makers are also planning a Tamil version, and both the films will hit theatres at the same time.
Meanwhile, Tamannaah, who is currently reading two to three Hindi film scripts a week, says she’s a total believer in commercial films. “Whatever stardom I have today, is because of the commercial films that I have done. But that doesn’t mean I’m saying no to noncommercial cinema,” she adds.
TAMANNAAH IS CURRENTLY READING TWO TO THREE HINDI FILM SCRIPTS A WEEK