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Tamannaah Bhatia

Written By Aris Setiawan on Tuesday, November 15, 2011 | 12:15 AM

Tamannaah Bhatia (Sindhi: तमन्ना भाटिया, Tamannā Bhāṭiyā ?; born 21 December 1989[1]) is an Indian film actress and model, who predominantly appears in Tamil and Telugu-language films. In 2005, she made her acting debut in her only Hindi film so far, Chand Sa Roshan Chehra, before working in the major South Indian film industries.

Also in 2005, Tamannaah made her Telugu debut in Sri, and in the following year she appeared in her first Tamil film, Kedi. In 2007, she starred in two college-life-based drama films, Happy Days in Telugu and Kalloori in Tamil, which both earned her critical acclaim. Following commercial successes with Padikathavan (2009), Ayan (2009), Paiyaa (2010) and Siruthai (2011), she established herself as one of the leading contemporary actresses in the Tamil film industry. She achieved critical successes in Telugu with 100% Love (2011), becoming signed up for several high-profile projects thereafter. She also has experience as a model appearing in various TV commercials.

Tamannaah was born on 21 December 1989 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, to Santosh and Rajani Bhatia and she has an elder brother, Anand. Her father is a financial consultant. She is of Sindhi descent. She did her schooling in Maneckji Cooper Educational Trust School, Juhu, Mumbai whilst she is currently pursuing a BA degree at National College, Mumbai through distance education. She later changed her name for numerological reasons, varying it slightly to Tamannaah.

Tamannaah started her acting career in 2005 as a heroine in Chand Sa Roshan Chehra, her only Hindi film to date. The same year, she debuted in Telugu cinema in Sri, playing the leading female role opposite Manoj Kumar. In 2006, she made her debut in the Tamil film industry in Kedi, produced by A. M. Rathnam, along with Ravi Krishna and another newcomer, Ileana D'Cruz.

In 2007, she had three releases. After her role in the unsuccessful Vyapari, she starred in the Sekhar Kammula-directed Telugu film Happy Days which received positive reviews and became her first major box office success. Her next release was the Tamil drama film Kalloori, directed by Balaji Sakthivel, that won her accolades and critical acclaim in Tamil as well.
Tamaanaah and Suriya as seen in Ayan (2009)

In 2008, Tamannaah again had three releases, appearing only in cameo roles in two of them. In 2009, she received box office success with Padikathavan, with Dhanush. Her next Tamil film Ayan became a blockbuster and made her a leading star in the Tamil film industry. Her next film was Aananda Thaandavam, which sank without a trace. But her performance was praised by critics. Her successive release Kandein Kadhalai, which was a remake of the 2007 Hindi blockbuster Jab We Met, was considered a moderate success. She did the role originally played by Kareena Kapoor and was praised by critics for her performance. Her first 2010 release was Lingusamy's romantic-action flick Paiyaa, a huge hit. It earned her a great name in the Tamil film industry. Her next release was Sura, with Vijay. The film was a average hit and her performance was panned by critics. Her next release was Thillalangadi with Jayam Ravi, which became an average grosser and her performance was praised.

Tamannaah appeared in six films in 2011, five of which featured her in a starring role. Her first release was the Tamil action film, Siruthai alongside Karthi, with the film becoming a success commercially, although her character was received poorly by critics, with a reviewer citing that she offered "little more than arm-candy".[8] Her first Telugu release after two years was the romantic comedy 100% Love (2011) with Naga Chaitanya, which fetched positive reviews from both critics and viewers. She was next seen in the historical Badhrinaadh (2011) opposite Allu Arjun that became a critical and commerical failure, which was followed by a Tamil action-masala film again, Hari's Venghai (2011). The film was not well received, however critics lauded her performance. Her final release of 2011 was Oosaravelli, starring Jr. NTR. Her upcoming films portray her in lead roles opposite Ram Charan Teja in Rachaa, Ram in Endhukante Premanta, and Prabhas in Rebel,

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