Tamannah Bhatia denies to call film industry a bad place

Tamannah Bhatia denies to call film industry a bad place
Tamannah Bhatia denies to call film industry a bad place

Milky beauty Tamannah Bhatia who has acted in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu movies made her debut in the year 2005 when she was mere 15.  Tamannah Bhatia debuted in 2005 with the Hindi film Chand Sa Roshan Chehra and also made her debut in Tamil cinema with Sri in the same year.

In 2016, she became the brand ambassador of the Government of India’s campaign Beti Bachao, Beto Padhao. Recently Baahubali girl Tamannah Bhatia gave her two cents on the nepotism issue that has created an uproar in Bollywood for the past few months.

Tamannah Bhatia denies to call the film industry a bad place and says,  “All sectors of work have problems.  The film industry is an easy target. In fact I feel that  the actors, celebrities are more responsible and aware because they are always in the public eye.”

Tamannah Bhatia doesn’t belong to any film family. Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy fame actress said,  “Yes, I am not from the industry, I don’t have a godfather or a mentor in film industry. I have done everything on my own. I feel grateful for the kind of opportunities, love and adulation I have got from the movie lovers. So  if you are dedicated and talented, you will survive.”