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Tamannaah Bhatia Finds Validation in Baahubali: Says 'No Need to Steal the Spotlight'

Tamannaah Bhatia




Tamannaah Bhatia, the talented actor renowned for her remarkable performances in ensemble films like Baahubali, recently offered insights into her feelings of validation regarding her role in the Prabhas-led blockbuster. Contrary to prevailing notions, Tamannaah candidly shared that she does feel validated as an actor and emphasized her sense of security in her craft. However, she also shed light on the prevalent issue of pay disparity within the industry and opened up about her encounters with male egos. 



Notably, in the epic Baahubali, Tamannaah portrayed the captivating character of Avantika, leaving an indelible mark on the film's narrative.


Tamannaah Bhatia reflected on the impact of her role in Baahubali, noting that it allowed her to connect with the minds of young children.
Tamannaah Bhatia reflected on the impact of her role in Baahubali, noting that it allowed her to connect with the minds of young children.


During a conversation with Barkha Dutt on Mojo Story, Tamannaah Bhatia shared her thoughts on her experience of starring in SS Rajamouli's magnum opus, Baahubali. The actor expressed a strong sense of validation derived from the film, especially due to its impact on young children who watched and connected with it. Tamannaah fondly mentioned how many young kids still recognize her as the "butterfly girl" from Baahubali, emphasizing the lasting impression the film has left on them. She further acknowledged the multitude of elements that made Baahubali a memorable cinematic experience.



Tamannaah Bhatia further commented, "There are certain films where you don't necessarily have to hog the center stage. Throughout my career, I have been involved in several ensemble projects. Interestingly, my initial major success came through another ensemble film, Baahubali. As an actor, I am extremely secure in my abilities. I am aware of my skills and the impact I can create on-screen. Even if I have just five scenes, I will perform them with such precision and excellence that people will remember my presence."



Tamannaah Bhatia, the talented actor renowned for her remarkable performances in ensemble films like Baahubali, recently offered insights into her feelings of validation regarding
Says 'No Need to Steal the Spotlight'



When questioned about gender disparities in the industry and whether men have it easier and earn more, Tamannaah Bhatia responded, "They definitely receive significantly higher remuneration, and it's something that I find difficult to comprehend. The issue of pay parity persists despite the fact that women also contribute immensely to the industry." Bhatia further commented, "There is an existing hierarchy, and I witness it across various domains. If one person carries a certain level of arrogance or ego, it can create a challenging environment. These attitudes are predominantly observed among male individuals, although I have also seen instances of it among women."



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