Films That Prove Tamannaah Bhatia Is The Most Versatile Actress Of Today
Tamannaah Bhatia is known to be one of the most versatile actresses in today’s time. She is coming up with some of the most mind-blowing stories. Here are a few which will blow you away
She can set the screen on fire with her glam Avatar, she can create a laughter riot, or she can inspire you with a fierce character – Tamannaah Bhatia can essay any role with conviction. The PAN-India star has sprung a surprise time and again with her acting chops. From her early blockbuster Happy Days to her recent release Maestro, the actress has always played a diverse character on the screen with utmost flair.
Tamannaah has a series of interesting line-ups on the horizon for the year. While we are eagerly waiting for the actress to stun us again, here are four films that prove she is the ULTIMATE queen of versatility.
With Maestro, Tamannaah ventured into a rather dark universe and played a complex character. Shedding her quintessential image, the actress looked effortless on the screen in her new avatar as Simran. While the audience loved her natural charisma, critics said the star proved her flair for diversity with her apt body language and performance.
The sports drama featured Tamannaah in a fierce and powerful Avatar. Essaying the role of a Kabaddi Coach, the actress dubbed in Telangana dialect for the first time and garnered a lot of praise and appreciation for it. The film went on to become a massive commercial success at the box office.
Baahubali: The Beginning & The Conclusion
Tamannaah turned into a warrior for the epic drama. The actress’ transformation and intensity of the character received wide acclaim. Baahubali broke all the box office records in India and was the biggest hit of all time.
F2: Fun and Frustration
Tamannaah gave the comedy blockbuster with F2: Fun and Frustration. The actress as Harika took the audience on a laughter ride with her perfect comic timing and captivating screen presence. Apart from the massive critical acclaim, the film became the fourth highest-grossing film of that year.