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Tuesday, 16 July 2024 8.46 AM IST

"Unforgettable and incomparable"; Tamannaah praises Dileep ahead of Malayalam debut in 'Bandra'


At the young age of fifteen, Tamannaah Bhatia graced the movie camera with her presence. She made her silver screen debut in the Hindi film "Chand Sa Roshan Chehera." However, her stardom truly soared in Tamil and Telugu cinema. Tamannaah is known for her iconic dance in Rajinikanth's "Jailer," where her "Kavala" song made waves, even being imitated by tribal people in Africa. With nearly two decades in the industry, Tamannaah is now set to make her Malayalam debut in the film "Bandra," directed by Arun Gopy and starring Dileep. Ahead of the film's release, Tamannaah shared her excitement and appreciation for working with Dileep.

A new beginning

Despite her extensive experience in cinema, Tamannaah humbly considers herself a beginner. "Bandra" marks her first foray into Malayalam cinema, evoking a mix of excitement and apprehension. She views this as a new chapter in her career and eagerly anticipates the film's release. Tamannaah is delighted to have the opportunity to work with Dileep, one of Malayalam cinema's finest actors, and extends her gratitude to director Arun Gopy for this opportunity. She lauds the entire team and expresses confidence that the film will be well-received.

Language no barrier

Tamannaah praises Dileep for his support, describing him as a star like no other. She admires his simplicity and kindness, emphasizing that he treats everyone with due respect and consideration. 'On the set, the atmosphere was familial, exuding positive vibes. Dileep's experience in the industry is reflected in his treatment of his fellow actors, ensuring everyone receives equal opportunities to shine'. Tamannaah initially saw the language barrier as a challenge, but she appreciates the support and encouragement from Dileep and her co-stars. She believes the results will speak for themselves.

Embracing Malayalam cinema

Tamannaah recognizes Malayalam cinema as an integral part of Indian cinema.' I was always been a fan of Malayalam films and never imagined that I would have the chance to work in the industry. I am keen to explore more opportunities in Malayalam cinema, seeing it as a new chapter in my career rather than a late arrival'.

Started acting at 13

After school, she joined acting school at the age of 13. Participated in stage shows. Tamannaah's career journey began at a young age, with her first role in the Hindi film "Chand Sa Roshan Chehera" directed by Shabah Shamsi. Her breakthrough came with "Happy Days," followed by memorable performances in movies like "Kalluri," "Ayaan," "Paiyya," "Siruthai," and, notably, "Baahubali." Tamannaah is excited to be part of the Malayalam film industry and is currently involved in the post-production work of the Tamil film "Aramanai 4' directed by Sundar C.

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