Babli Bouncer star Tamannaah Bhatia reveals why she doesn’t go to fancy dinners, says ‘I’m really bad with…’


Babli Bouncer Tamannah Bhatia is one of the most talented actresses who has successfully attracted attention with her performances in both Southern and Hindi movies. The actress is quite a private person, she never talks about her dating life and personal life.

In a recent conversation with Kusha Kapila, Babli Bouncer actress Tamannah revealed why she avoids a fancy dinner or going out. The actress confessed that it is “inconvenient” for her to go to posh places because she eats with her hands. The actress said: “I can’t do fancy dates. I’m really bad at that. I’m very clumsy in a fancy place. I’m someone who has always eaten with my hands. So if you really need to hold a knife and fork and you have to do all that (imitating cutting food with cutlery), then I think it’s too much stress.”

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The actress added that she doesn’t feel uncomfortable if the other person she’s dating fits her mood. Even on dates, she prefers to eat with her hands. Meanwhile at TSWT, ahead of the film’s OTT release, we caught up with National Award-winning director Madhur Bhandarkar and talked to him about Babli Bouncer, starring Tamannaah Bhatia and more. “I was very fascinated by the idea of ​​being a girl in a bouncer world. We’ve seen male bouncers, rarely women. So I wanted to make a lighthearted, sincere, good movie,” said Madhur Bhandarkar.

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Madhur Bhandarkar described Tamannaah’s character in the film, saying that she is feisty, mischievous, emotional and also becomes robust when she has to fight. “I always thought I hadn’t portrayed a character like that for my main character and so when I told Disney Hotstar about it, they liked the idea of ​​being an original OTT movie,” the filmmaker said. He added: “Then we approached Tamannaah Bhatia and she loved the script.” Madhur went on to say that Tamannaah wanted to make “a strong film with a good background” himself. He said, “She loved the script when I told her and said it was beautifully written.”

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