Tamannaah Bhatia Indian Actress and model who was born on December 21, 1989, and is now 30 years old. Please tell us about her awards and nominations first, followed by her life journey.
Tamannaah Bhatia Also known as Tammy, Milk Beauty, Tamannaah
Tamannaah Bhatia (born December 21, 1989), also known as Tamannaah, is an Indian actress who is well-known for her roles in Telugu and Tamil films. She has made an unintentional appearance in Hindi films. Aside from acting, she also participates in stage shows and is a leading celebrity endorser for brands and products. In 2005, at the age of 15, she made her acting debut in the Bollywood film, Chand Sa Roshan Chehra, and appeared in Abhijeet Sawant’s collection tune “Lafzon main” from the amassment Aapka Abhijeet, which was also released in 2005, before working in Telugu and Tamil films. Tamannaah made her Telugu film debut in Sri Lanka around the same time, and the following year she appeared in her first Tamil film, Kedi.
She appeared in two college-life-based show films in 2007, Happy Days in Telugu and Kalloori in Tamil. Her films include Ayan (2009), Paiyaa (2010), Sura (2010), Siruthai (2011), and Veeram (2014) in Tamil, and 100% Love in Telugu (2011). Various films include Racha (2012), Thadaka (2013), Baahubali (2015), Bengal Tiger (2015), and Oopiri (2016). In this way, she established herself as one of the leading contemporary actresses in Tamil and Telugu cinema. Tamannaah has appeared in films alongside Ajith Kumar, Vijay, Suriya, Karthi, Jayam Ravi, Dhanush, Pawan Kalyan, Arya, Mahesh Babu, Nagarjuna, Allu Arjun, Ravi Teja, Ram Charan, N. T. Rama Rao Jr., Prabhas, Saif Ali Khan, Ajay Devgn, Akshay Kumar, and Ranveer Singh. She is one of the highest-paid characters in South Indian cinema. She appeared in approximately 50 films in three distinct dialects: Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi. She is the main on-screen character from India who was nominated for Best Fortifying Actress at the Saturn Awards, but she lost to Jessica Chastain for Crimson Peak. Tamannaah received the Kalaimamani award from Tamil Nadu’s Chief Minister in 2010.
Tamannaah Bhatia Indian Actress Younger Days
Santhosh and Rajani Bhatia are Tamannaah’s parents. Anand is her senior sibling. Her father works as a diamond trader. She comes from a Sindhi family. She completed her education at SJR High School in Mumbai. She later changed her screen name for numerological reasons, changing it to Tamannaah. She began working at the age of 13 when she was noticed at her school’s annual day ceremony and was offered a lead role, which she accepted, and later supplementally became a part of Mumbai’s Prithvi Theater for a year.
She also appeared in Abhijeet Sawant’s album musical song “Lafzo Mein” from the album Aapka Abhijeet, released in 2005.
Tamannaah first appeared in the 2003 film Enakku 20 Unakku 18, directed by Jyothi Krishna. At the age of 13, she envisioned herself as Trisha’s companion. In 2005, at the age of 15, she played the female lead in Chand Sa Roshan Chehra, which was a box office flop. In the same year, she made her debut in Telugu film with Sri and Tamil film with Kedi.
Tamannaah also worked as a model, appearing in various TV commercials. She is a brand ambassador for the Salem-based jewellery retailer AVR and Khazana Jewellery, as well as Celkon Mobiles, Fanta, and Chandrika Ayurvedic cleanser. Prior to entering the film industry, she appeared in Tamil commercials for Shakthi Masala, Power Soap, and Sun Direct. She also collaborated with Virat Kohli on a Celkon Mobile promotional shoot.
She appeared in a PETA advertisement in 2014, encouraging shoppers to buy beauty care products that have not been tested on animals. In Walk 2015, she was inadvertently designated as a brand ambassador for Zee Telugu.
Tamannaah launched the retail Gold business Wite-n-Gold on the 31st of March, 2015. The site was launched on April 20, 2015, to commemorate Akshaya Tritiya. She was also the creative mind behind her gold brand.
In January 2016, she also became the brand ambassador for the Regime of India’s campaign Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao, and the FOGSI activity.