Tamannaah Bhatia discusses if there is a scarcity of great female-oriented films for South Indian actors.

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Tamannaah Bhatia discusses if there is a scarcity of great female-oriented films for South Indian actors.

Tamannaah Bhatia just completed a Bollywood film, Babli Bouncer, which had a direct OTT release. In the past, we’ve seen Samantha Ruth Prabhu travel over to the Hindi film business with the critically acclaimed Family Man 2. We also know how male-dominated the South film industry is, particularly Telugu cinema and, to a lesser extent, Tamil cinema. So we wondered if top, in-demand South Indian actresses like Tamannaah and Samantha would travel over to Bollywood for strong female-oriented parts, and we asked the former.

 

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Tamannaah Bhatia discusses her reduced part in Baahubali 2.
Tamannaah Bhatia revealed her limited participation in Baahubali: The Conclusion in an exclusive interview with BollywoodLife, saying, “I was never present in Baahubali 2. I had no business being there. My character appeared just in Part 1. In reality, the three moments they set aside for me in Baahubali 2 were because of how well the first film did, and they said, “We can’t have you now in this picture.” So my appearance was essentially a cameo in the second act.”

 

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