Male Actors More Nervous While Shooting Intimate Scenes: Tamannaah Bhatia

Mumbai: Tamannaah Bhatia, known for her versatile performances across Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu cinema, has carved a niche for herself in all three industries. While her career soared with successes like the Baahubali films, she has also made headlines for her stance on intimate scenes in movies.

In an industry where the taboo surrounding lovemaking and sex scenes is gradually dissipating, Tamannaah had long refrained from performing such scenes on camera. However, she recently broke her no-kissing clause for the first time, sharing a liplock scene with Vijay Varma in Lust Stories 2. Additionally, she filmed intimate scenes with Suhail Nayyar for Amazon Prime’s Jee Karda.

Opening up about her experience shooting intimate scenes, Tamannaah observed a surprising trend. Contrary to popular belief, she stated, “Actors are more nervous and uncomfortable than us. It is probably because they are burdened with the thought of whether the actress would mind if they go overboard and also because they have a responsibility of making the actress feel comfortable.”

Amidst her personal revelations, Tamannaah continues to make strides on the professional front. Her latest release, Aranmanai 4, has been performing well at the box office, with the Telugu dubbed version also enjoying a strong opening. Grossing Rs 47.90 crores net in India, the film has not only covered its reported budget but is also poised for further success. Due to its box office triumph, there are plans to dub the film in Hindi and release it in theatres across the northern belt, with the Hindi version slated for a May 24 release.

Directed by Sundar C, Aranmanai 4 premiered on May 3 to mixed to positive reviews from critics. As the fourth instalment in the Aranmanai film series, its popularity has been instrumental in drawing audiences to theatres from its opening day.

Tamannaah’s willingness to adapt and evolve in her craft, coupled with her candid insights, continue to captivate audiences and industry insiders alike.

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