Tamannaah Bhatia Age, Biography, Wiki
Famous Star Tamannaah Bhatia is an Indian actress & she generally appears in Tamil & Telugu movies. She has also appeared in several Hindi movies. She also appeared in stage shows. She was born in Bombay. Her date of birth is 21 December 1989. Her current age is 29 years.
She was born in Bombay on 21 December 1989. Her father’s name is Santhosh and her mother’s name is Rajani Bhatia. She has an elder brother Anand. Her father is a diamond merchant. She is of Sindhi descent.
Early Life / Education:
She did her schooling in Maneckji Cooper Education Trust School, Mumbai. She spotted at her school’s annual day function and offered a lead role, which she took up and then also became a part of Mumbai’s Prithvi Theatre for a year. She also took part in a song in her initial career. She also joined Mumbai’s Prithvi Theatre for a year.
She made her acting debut by taking part as a female lead role in Chand Sa Roshan Chehra. The film received negative reviews from critics & was a commercial failure at the box office. In the same year, she made her acting debut in Telugu cinema with Sri.
In 2006, she appeared in Tamil cinema by playing a key role in Kedi.
In 2007, she appeared Shakti Chidambaram’s film Viyabari. In this film, she played the role of a journalist who wants to write an article about a successful entrepreneur played by S. J. Suryah. The film also opened with negative reviews & was a commercial failure at the box office. Tamannaah received praise for her performance. Her breakthrough was with Sekhar Kammula’s Happy Days and Balaji Sakthivel’s Kalloori. She took part in both of these roles as a college student. For these roles, she also won critical acclaim. The commercial success in both movies established her career as an actress in both Telugu & Tamil film industry. She was also nominated for 56th Filmfare Awards South in the Best Tamil Actress category.
In 2008, she appeared in Telugu movie Kalidasa. Kalidasa was directed by famous director G. Ravicharan Reddy. The movie opened with moderate reviews and critics felt that she looked good and very romantic, but had less scope to perform. The film was an average grosser at the box office.
Later, she made a cameo appearance in the Telugu film Ready, followed by another cameo appearance in the Telugu-Tamil bilingual Ninna Nedu Repu, titled Netru Indru Naalai in Tamil.
In 2009, She appeared in Tamil film Padikkadavan, directed by Suraj and co-starring Dhanush. The film received mixed reviews from critics, but Tamannaah’s performance in a limited role won praise. The film was a commercial success.
Her next release of 2009 was the Telugu film Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashatam, directed by Kishore Kumar Pardasany, co-starring Siddharth. The film received positive reviews from critics and she received critical acclaim for her performance. She was also nominated for the 57th Filmfare Awards South in the Best Telugu Actress category. The film was an average grosser at the box office.
In 2010, her first release was N. Linguswamy’s Paiyaa, co-starring Karthi, which was a Tamil road movie. The film opened to positive reviews from critics and was a commercial success. She also earned a nomination for 58th Filmfare Awards South and 5th Vijay Awards in the Best Tamil Actress category. Her other two releases of 2010, were S. P. Rajkumar’s Sura, co-starring Vijay, and M. Raja’s Thillalangadi, co-starring Jayam Ravi, the former being Vijay’s 50th film as an actor and the latter being the official remake of Surender Reddy’s Kick (2009). Both the movies flopped at the box office.
In 2011, her first release was Siva’s Siruthai, co-starring Karthi, which was the official remake of S. S. Rajamouli’s Vikramarkudu. She received negative reviews for her performance. She appeared in four Telugu films in 2012, the first one being Sampath Nandi’s Racha, co-starring Ram Charan.
Her next release was A Karunakaran’s Endukante Premanta!, co-starring Ram, opened to negative reviews and was a commercial failure. Her third release was Raghava Lawrence’s Rebel, co-starring Prabhas. The movie opened with mixed reviews.
Her last release of 2012 was Puri Jagannadh’s Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu, co-starring Pawan Kalyan. The film was the biggest commercial success. In 2013, her first release was Sajid Khan’s Himmatwala, co-starring Ajay Devgan. The film opened with negative critics.
Her second release of 2013 was Kishore Kumar Pardasany’s Tadakha, co-starring Naga Chaitanya, Sunil and Andrea Jeremiah, the official Telugu remake of N. Lingusamy’s Vettai, where she reprises the role played by Amala Paul in the original. The film opened to moderate reviews from critics and was commercially successful.
In 2014, She took part in Entertainment, which directed by Sajid-Farhad, co-starring Akshay Kumar, she played the role of a television actress.
In 2015, her first release was Nannbenda, starring Udhayanidhi Stalin and Nayantara. Her next release of 2015 was the Tamil film Dharma Durai, in which she played a doctor and she appeared in the film without makeup and it opened to positive reviews.
Her first release of 2017 was Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. In this film, Tamannaah plays the role of Avanthika, a member fo a rebel group who wants to rescue Devasena from an evil Bhallaladeva and finally got married to Shivudu/Mahendra Baahubali and become a Queen of Mahishmati Kingdom. The film received positive reviews from critics.
Tamannaah Bhatia is one of the most beautiful and popular actresses in India. She mostly appears in Bollywood and south movies. She is still unmarried. Her religion is Hinduism. She is single as a relationship status. She rumored to be in a relationship with the popular Indian cricketer Virat Kohli in 2012. Both of them worked for a Celkon Commercial. She also rumored for the getting married to Pakistani cricketer Abdul Razzaq. Currently, Tamannaah also rumored to married with the USA Based Physician.
Tamannaah Bhatia has an estimated net worth $12 million. Bhatia takes 1.75 million crores per movie.
Chand Sa Roshan Chehra (2005)
- Sri (2005)
- Viyabari (2007)
- Kalloori (2007)
- Ready (2008)
- Ayan (2009)
- Paiyaa (2010)
- Siruthai (2011)
- Ko (2011)
- Badrinath (2011)
- Venghi (2011)
- Racha (2012)
- Rebel (2012)
- Himmatwala (2013)
- Veeram (2014)
- Humshakals (2014)
- Alludu Seenu (2014)
- Entertainment (2014)
- Baahubali (2015)
- Size Zero (2015)
- Bengal Tiger (2015)
- Oopiri (2016)
- Thozha (2016)
- Jaguar (2016)
- Baahubali 2 (2017)
- Aa Bb Kk (2018)
- Khamoshi (2019)
Awards & Nominations:
- Best Actress – Tamil Awards (2007)
- Best Actress – Telugu Awards.
- Sridevi awards (2018)
- Best Supporting Actress (2016)
- Most Popular Tamil Actress (2017)
- Queen of Box Office (2017)
- Sridevi Memorial Award (2018)