Tamannaah Bhatia

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Tamanna Bhatia (pronunciation; credited as Tamannaah Bhatia;[a][b] born 21 December 1989), is an Indian actress who primarily works in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi cinema. She has appeared in over 80 films, and has won two Santosham Film Awards , a SIIMA Award, and has received the Kalaimamani Award.

Tamannaah Bhatia
Tamannaah in 2023
Born
Tamanna Bhatia

21 December 1989 (1989-12-21) (age 34)
OccupationActress
Years active2005–present
WorksFull list
AwardsFull list

Tamannaah began her acting career with the Hindi film Chand Sa Roshan Chehra (2005). She then debuted in Telugu cinema with Sri (2005) and Tamil cinema with Kedi (2006). Her Telugu films include Happy Days (2007), Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam (2009), 100% Love (2011), Oosaravelli (2011), Racha (2012), Tadakha (2013), Aagadu (2014), Baahubali: The Beginning (2015), Bengal Tiger (2015), Oopiri (2016), Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (2017), F2: Fun and Frustration (2019), Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy (2019) and F3: Fun and Frustration (2022). Her Tamil films include Ayan (2009), Paiyaa (2010), Sura (2010), Siruthai (2011), Veeram (2014), Devi (2016), Sketch (2018), Jailer (2023) and Aranmanai 4 (2024).

She has also starred in several streaming projects, including 11th Hour (2021), November Story (2021), Jee Karda (2023) and Aakhri Sach (2023).

Early life edit

Tamanna Bhatia was born on 21 December 1989 in Bombay, Maharashtra.[1][2] Her parents are Santosh and Rajni Bhatia.[3][4] She has an elder brother named Anand Bhatia.[5] She is of Sindhi Hindu origin and attended Maneckji Cooper Education Trust School in Mumbai.[6][7][8] At the age of 13, she began learning acting and joined Prithvi Theatre for a year, where she participated in stage performances.[9] After gaining initial experience in the film industry, she changed her screen name to "Tamannaah"[b] for numerological reasons.[10]

Career edit

2005–2015: Early work and success edit

 
Tamannaah at the 2015 Lakme Fashion Week.

In 2005, Tamannaah started her career in the entertainment industry by starring in the music video "Lafzo Mein" from Abhijeet Sawant's album.[11] She later made her acting debut as the female lead in the Hindi film Chand Sa Roshan Chehra, which didn't perform well at the box office. That same year, she entered Telugu cinema with Sree and Tamil cinema with Kedi in 2006.[12] Her first release in 2007 was Viyabari, and, despite the film's struggles at the box office, her performances garnered critical acclaim.[13][14] She achieved a career breakthrough with her subsequent films Happy Days and Kalloori. Her role as a college student in both films was well-received, and both films achieved financial success. This success led to her becoming a leading actress in both Telugu and Tamil cinema.[15][16]

In 2008, she continued to make an impact in Telugu cinema with Kalidasu[17][18] and made a cameo appearance in Ready and Netru Indru Naalai.[19] In 2009 she starred in the Tamil film Padikkadavan, receiving praise despite mixed reviews.[20][21] She also starred in Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam, a film that garnered critical acclaim but achieved only moderate success at the box office.[22][23] The film Ayan with Suriya was a commercial hit.[24][25] However, Ananda Thandavam marked her only commercial setback during this period, even though her performance earned acclaim.[26][27] Kanden Kadhalai, a remake of the Bollywood hit Jab We Met, brought her praise and a South Scope award.[28][29] During this phase, she was established as a top actress in Tamil cinema.[30][26]

In 2010, she starred in the Tamil road movie Paiyaa, receiving positive reviews and commercial success.[31] However, Sura and Thillalangadi proved to be box office disappointments.[32] In 2011 she starred in the Tamil film Siruthai, and while her role faced criticism, the film was a commercial success.[33][34] She made a cameo appearance in Ko[35] and made a Telugu comeback with the blockbuster 100% Love, earning accolades and awards.[36][37][38] Badrinath received mixed reviews but fared well at the box office.[39][40] Venghai showcased her in a role with mixed critical reception,[41][42] while Oosaravelli was a box office hit, and her performance garnered critical acclaim.[43][44]

In 2012, she featured prominently in four Telugu films. Racha emerged as a commercial hit, with her performance receiving praise.[45][46] Endukante... Premanta![47][48] and Rebel may have faltered at the box office, but her acting was lauded.[49][50] Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu saw her in a tomboyish role.[51] Continuing into 2013, she starred in the flop Himmatwala,[52] but found success with the Telugu film Tadakha.[53][54] She made her return to Tamil cinema in 2014 with the hit Veeram.[55][56] However, her comedy film Humshakals was a huge disappointment. She also showcased her dancing skills in the special song "Labbar Bomma" in Alludu Seenu.[57] Entertainment achieved moderate success,[58][59] while Aagadu struggled commercially.[60][61]

In 2015, she made a cameo appearance as herself in Nannbenda and provided her own voice for the character.[62] She starred in the successful Baahubali: The Beginning, where her portrayal of Avanthika earned her praise. It became one of the highest grossing Telugu films. [63][64] However, Vasuvum Saravananum Onna Padichavanga received negative reviews.[65] She made another cameo appearance in Size Zero[66] and starred in Bengal Tiger.[67]

2016–2020 : Telugu and Tamil films edit

 
Tamannaah at an event in 2018

In 2016, she performed the special song "Bachelor Babu" in Bhimaneni Srinivasa Rao's Speedunnodu.[68][69] Her subsequent release was Vamsi's Oopiri, a remake of The Intouchables (2011), co-starring Karthi and Nagarjuna. The film received positive reviews.[70][71] Following that, she starred in the Tamil film Dharma Durai, where she portrayed a doctor. The film also earned positive reviews and performed well at the box office.[72] Her next venture was a short film titled Ranveer Ching Returns with Ranveer Singh, directed by Rohit Shetty, which garnered positive feedback. In October, she performed another special song titled "Sampige" in the Telugu-Kannada bilingual film Jaguar.[73] She then starred in the trilingual horror film Devi, where she played a double role and received praise for her acting. The film garnered positive reviews and was a box office hit.[74][75] Her final release in 2016 was Kaththi Sandai, co-starring Vishal. It received mixed reviews and failed to make a mark commercially.[76]

In 2017, Tamannaah made an appearance in Baahubali 2: The Conclusion as Avanthika. The film garnered positive reviews and achieved box office success, becoming the highest-grossing Indian film at the time.[77][78] Her subsequent release in Tamil was Anbanavan Asaradhavan Adangadhavan with Silambarasan. The film received mixed reviews and faced commercial failure.[79][80] The year concluded with her performance in the special song "Swing Zara" in Jai Lava Kusa, alongside Jr. NTR, directed by K. S. Ravindra.[81]

Her first release in 2018 was Vikram's Sketch, directed by Vijay Chander. It received a mixed response from both critics and audiences. However, Tamannaah earned praise for her portrayal of Amuthavali, a south Indian Brahmin girl in the film.[82][83] Following this, she appeared in the Marathi film Aa Bb Kk, which garnered positive reviews.[84] Her subsequent releases, the Telugu films Naa Nuvve and Next Enti?, both received mixed reviews from critics and failed to perform well at the box office.[85][86][87][88] Additionally, she performed at the IPL 2018 opening ceremony.[89] The year concluded with her appearance in the Kannada film KGF: Chapter 1, in which she performed a special song for the Kannada, Tamil and Telugu releases.[90]

Tamannaah's first release of 2019 was F2: Fun and Frustration a Telugu language comedy film, along with Venkatesh, Varun Tej and Mehreen Pirzada. It became a blockbuster.[91][92] Her next release was Kanne Kalaimaane a Tamil-language drama film directed by Seenu Ramasamy, with Udhayanidhi Stalin. Although the film received mixed reviews, her performance was praised for its sincerity and emotional depth.[93][94] Towards the end of May, Devi 2 a Tamil horror comedy film directed by A. L. Vijay along with Prabhu Deva, was released. While the film had a lukewarm reception, her acting stood out as she brought a blend of humour and horror to her character.[95] She then starred in Khamoshi a Hindi-language slasher film directed by Chakri Toleti. Despite receiving poor reviews for the film, her portrayal of a deaf and mute girl received appreciation.[96][97] Next, she starred in Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy, a Telugu-language biographical epic action film directed by Surender Reddy, co-starring Chiranjeevi. Her portrayal added depth and substance to the film, contributing to its positive reception.[98][99] Her next release was Petromax, a Tamil-language comedy horror film directed by Rohin Venkatesan. Her comedic timing and engaging on-screen presence were appreciated.[100][101] Her last release in 2019 was a Tamil film Action, directed by Sundar C. in which she acted opposite Vishal. It opened to mixed reviews but her role was highly praised by critics.[102][103] In 2020, her sole on-screen appearance was in the special song "Daang Daang" in the Telugu film Sarileru Neekevvaru along with Mahesh Babu.[104]

2021–present : Streaming projects edit

 
Tamannaah at an event in 2022

In April 2021, Tamannaah starred in the streaming series 11th Hour receiving mixed reviews. The show centers on Aratrika Reddy, portrayed by Tamannaah, a successful businesswoman racing against time to save her company. While praised for her intense performance, some critics felt the storyline didn't match her talent.[105][106] The next month, she starred in November Story. Her performance was appreciated, but critics noted excessive dialogue and a lack of impactful action sequences.[107][108] In August, Tamannaah hosted MasterChef India – Telugu on Gemini TV.[109] September saw the release of Seetimaarr, a Telugu sports masala film written and directed by Sampath Nandi, co-starring Gopichand, where her portrayal as a strong-willed coach received audience acclaim. The film was a commercial success.[110][111] The subsequent release, Maestro, a Telugu black comedy thriller on Disney+ Hotstar directed by Merlapaka Gandhi, earned positive reviews for its storyline and performances, including Tamannaah's portrayal of a pivotal character.[112][113]

In 2022, Tamannaah made her first appearance in "Kodthe", a special song in the Telugu film Ghani alongside Varun Tej. [114] In May, her performance in the Telugu comedy F3: Fun and Frustration, co-starring Venkatesh, Varun Tej and Mehreen Pirzada, resonated well with audiences, proving to be a commercial success.[115][116][117] In September, Tamannaah portrayed a lady bouncer in Disney+ Hotstar's Babli Bouncer, directed by Madhur Bhandarkar, although it received a mixed response.[118][119] In the romantic comedy Plan A Plan B, alongside Riteish Deshmukh, released on Netflix, Tamannaah's charisma shone despite some finding the plot predictable.[120][121] She also starred in the romantic drama Gurthunda Seethakalam, opposite Satyadev, receiving mixed reviews for the overall execution of the film.[122][123]

In 2023, she began the year with a performance at the IPL 2023 opening ceremony.[124] Her first release was Jee Karda, a romantic drama series on Amazon Prime Video directed by Arunima Sharma, receiving audience acclaim. In the series, Tamannaah portrayed Lavanya, a young woman on a journey of self-discovery, grappling with the concept of marriage.[125] Subsequently, she starred in the Netflix anthology Lust Stories 2, in the segment titled "Sex with Ex", playing Shanti, a woman who had mysteriously disappeared a decade earlier. Her performance alongside Vijay Varma garnered appreciation.[126][127] In her next release, she took on a supporting role in the film Jailer, portraying an actress alongside Rajinikanth. The film received positive reviews and was a blockbuster.[128] Following that, she starred alongside Chiranjeevi in the Telugu action film Bhola Shankar, which received negative reviews and performed poorly at the box office.[129] Her subsequent release was the crime investigative thriller series Aakhri Sach, aired on Disney+ Hotstar. The series, fictionally based on the Burari deaths, featured Tamannaah as the lead investigative officer, Anya, and received a positive response from the audience.[130] Closing the year, Tamannaah made her Malayalam cinema debut in the film Bandra, alongside Dileep and Dino Morea.[131] The film opened to a mixed reception and underperformed at the box office.[132]

Tamannaah's first release of 2024 was the Tamil comedy horror film Aranmanai 4, in which she starred alongside Sundar C. and Raashii Khanna. In the film, she portrays Selvi, a character that combines the roles of a protective mother and a fearsome spirit. Her performance earned praise, highlighting her as a standout character in the franchise.[133][134] She has several upcoming projects. In the Hindi action-drama Vedaa, she plays a key role alongside John Abraham.[135] Additionally, she makes a cameo appearance in the upcoming hindi comedy horror film Stree 2.[136] Furthermore, she stars alongside Diana Penty in the Amazon Prime series Daring Partners.[137] Also, she stars in the upcoming Telugu supernatural thriller film Odela 2, directed by Ashok Teja.[138]

Awards edit

In 2010, Tamannaah received the Kalaimamani from the Government of Tamil Nadu for her achievements in the fields of art and literature.[139] She won the Santosham Best Actress Award for her performance in 100% Love and the SIIMA Best Actress (Critics) Telugu Award for her performance in Tadakha.[140][141] In 2017, Tamannaah was awarded an honorary doctorate from the Confederation of International Accreditation Commission for her contributions to Indian cinema.[142] Her role in F2: Fun and Frustration earned her the Santosham Best Actress Award for the second time, and she also received several nominations at the Filmfare Awards South.[143][144]

Other works edit

Apart from her acting career, Tamannaah has pursued various other endeavours. She has worked as a model, appearing in television commercials for brands like Fanta and Chandrika Ayurvedic soap.[145][146] In March 2015, she took on the role of brand ambassador for Zee Telugu and introduced her jewellery brand, "Wite & Gold", in the same month.[147][148] In January 2016, she became associated with the Beti Bachao Beti Padhao campaign.[149] She authored her first book, Back To The Roots,[c] which was published by Penguin Random House India in August 2021.[150] Tamannaah became an equity partner in Sugar Cosmetics in September 2022.[151] She took on the role of brand ambassador for IIFL Finance in January and VLCC in July 2023.[152][153] In October 2023, Tamannaah became the inaugural Indian ambassador for Shiseido, the Japanese beauty and cosmetics brand.[154] In January 2024, she assumed the role of brand ambassador for Cellecor Gadgets Limited, endorsing its new line of earbuds and smartwatches.[155][156] Then, in March 2024, she took on the role of brand ambassador for Rasna, the soft drink concentrate.[157][158]

Notes edit

  1. ^ a b In this Indian name, the person is referred to by her given name, Tamannaah, and not by her surname, Bhatia.
  2. ^ a b c The change in name is limited to its English spelling and does not impact its pronunciation in any language.
  3. ^ a b co-authored with Luke Coutinho.

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