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Tamannaah Bhatia says one can’t ‘engineer pan-India films’: ‘It doesn’t make sense because…’

Tamannaah Bhatia is chasing movies with particular person benefit and never pan-India tasks. The actor, who shot to nationwide fame with Baahubali — a movie credited to breaking geographical boundaries and igniting a sequence of pan-India movies — believes one needs to be genuine to the area they’re setting their story in and never manipulate it to achieve a wider viewers base.

In an interview with indianexpress.com, Tamannaah says when one rigorously engineers a pan-India venture, the strain is to cater to all areas, which is an unattainable activity in a rustic as numerous as India.

“I’m not engineering a pan-India movie and I don’t suppose that type of a factor can ever work additionally. You can launch a movie in a number of languages, however you’ll be able to’t create a movie from that 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,” the actor provides.

Instead, Tamannaah says, the main target needs to be on looking and chronicling genuine Indian tales which is able to join with individuals. For the actor, her latest outing Babli Bouncer, which options Tamannaah as a rural lady who strikes to Delhi and turns into a girl bouncer.

“I really feel it’s necessary to inform Indian tales. That helps in constructing a join throughout (as a result of) it’s genuine to us, it’s a world we perceive. So, once I play a personality like this, of a lady from rural India, I feel that may undoubtedly contact individuals extra.

“There is a power in this that be used and can be very effective. But I don’t take up movies because they are pan-India or not pan-India. I think of them as individual pieces of content which should be exciting, which should show a facet of me which hasn’t come out before,” she provides.

Babli Bouncer marks the primary collaboration between Tamannaah and director Madhur Bhandarkar, recognized for helming acclaimed dramas like Fashion, Page 3 and Chandni Bar. The actor says she didn’t realise she would “get this lucky” to work with the filmmaker in a venture which is totally different from what is understood for.

“When I heard the script, there was no question of ‘Oh wait’ because it was too much fun. It is a dream role for any actor. He doesn’t look at his female-led films as ‘female centric films’. He has looked at his female characters as fully rounded people, they are not someone’s girlfriend or an accessory. This film has that. It is a fun vibe which is organic,” she provides.

The movie’s idea, story and screenplay are credited to Amit Joshi, Aradhana Debnath and Madhur Bhandarkar. Produced by Star Studios and Junglee Pictures, Babli Bouncer will launch on September 23 on Disney+ Hotstar in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.