Tamannaah Bhatia is busy promoting her movie Babli Bouncer which premiered on 23rd September on Disney+ Hotstar. Babli Bouncer is written and directed by Madhur Bhandarkar. Tamannaah has gained fame not only in Bollywood but also down the south. The actress who has appeared in over 65 films in three languages spoke about pan-India films.
These days south film industries and the Hindi film industry are collaborating. We often get to see pan-India films that are released in various Indian languages. While many have shared their thoughts on this concept of film making Tamannaah Bhatia too spoke about it. As an actress working in various languages, she gave her opinion on pan-India films.
Tamannaah Bhatia said, “I am not engineering a pan-India film and I don’t think that kind of a thing can ever work also. You can release a film in multiple languages, but you can’t create a film from the standpoint that we will make a pan-India film. It doesn’t make sense because Indian culture is so diverse, you can’t encompass all the cultures in one film. So, you have to be rooted to whatever culture you decide to showcase.”
Talking about Babli Bouncer it is a comedy-drama film featuring Tamannaah as a female bouncer. It is the story of a small-town girl named Babli who moves to Delhi in search of a job and ends up becoming a bouncer. Written and directed by Madhur Bhandarkar the film is streaming now on Disney+ Hotstar.
In terms of work, after Babli Bouncer Tamannaah Bhatia will be seen opposite Riteish Deshmukh in Plan A Plan B. It is a Netflix original film set to stream on 30th September. Plan A Plan B will take you on a fun ride when a divorce lawyer and matchmaker will become a match.