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Bollywood not my priority now: Tamannaah Bhatia

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In the wake of featuring in unsuccessful Bollywood movies like “Himmatwala” and ‘Humshakals’, actress Tamannaah Bhatia says she has learnt her lesson and now needs to concentrate on her carrier in South, where she has dependably had an in number solid footing.

The 25-year-old performer, who is preparing for the arrival of her next S Rajamouli-directed two-section multi-lingual two-section epic dramatization ‘Baahubali’, said she is more than content with Tamil and Telugu movies in her kitty. “Toward the end of it you ought to be a part of a film that you know in the end people  like and you like working in it and you additionally have something to do in. Along these lines, now I have get to be choosier than I was ever some time recently. I have done few Hindi movies to understand that and the greater part of the movies did not do well. Thus, now I realize what’s been working for me and what’s not living up to expectations for me. Along these lines, that is the way I am settling on my decisions now,” Tamannaah said.

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At the point when inquired as to whether Bollywood is off her radar now, the actress said, “Not in the least. I mean truly “Baahubali” obviously its dubbing film yet in the meantime the projection of it is a fitting Hindi film. Be that as it may, yes obviously after “Baahubali” on the off chance that I get something intriguing I’ll want to do something in it, is being introduced in Hindi by producer Karan Johar. Lauding the ‘My name is khan’ director, Tamannaah said, “He is truly kind and has given a truly positive feedback to me. He was sufficiently benevolent to let me know that I looked great in the film. It is exceptionally promising when a director gives compliment, its equitable exceedingly reassuring.”

The performer included that Johar’s relationship with the venture conveys believability to it. “The film is extremely unique. It is India’s first war film and its visuals will be a treat for the crowd. It is a film that everybody ought to watch. Since it is being introduced by Karan, we are doubly guaranteed that our endeavors are in the opportune spot. An director of his stature, who is amidst the standard film, has chosen to present our film implies a great deal to us,” she said. The film will released on July 10.

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