Tamannaah Bhatia, better known by her mononymous screen name Tamannaah, is a renowned Indian actress who predominantly works in Telugu and Tamil films. Born in Mumbai, Tamannaah Bhatia is the daughter of Santhosh, a diamond merchant, and Rajani Bhatia. The actress who has a Sindhi descent was originally named Tamanna, she later changed her name to Tamannaah due to numerological reasons. The actress started her career at a very young age; she was just 15 when she made her acting debut with a Bollywood film Chand Sa Roshan Chehra. Tamannaah, a perfect epitome of ‘beauty with brains’ is noted for her power-packed performances in films like Ayan (2009), Paiyaa (2010), Siruthai (2011), Baahubali: The Beginning (2015) and Oopiri (2016).
Here is the list of best movies of Tamannaah.
Paiyaa, Tamannaah’s first collaboration with Karthi, turned out to be a huge success in both Tamil and Telugu, and it quickly catapulted the actor’s fame to greater heights. Directed by Lingusamy, Paiyaa (dubbed in Telugu as Aawara) is a road film which traverses the life of two strangers—Shiva and Charulatha—who end up going on a trip to Mumbai under unusual circumstances. The film’s music album, scored by Yuvanshankar Raja, was a roaring success, and the dazzling chemistry between Tamannaah and Karthi was another highlight in the film.
2. Happy Days
Happy Days follows the college life of boys and girls as they experience love, friendship, responsibility, etc.Chandu (Sandesh), Rajesh (Nikhil), Shankar (Vamsi Krishna), Tyson (Raahul), Madhu (Tamanna), Appu (Gayatri Rao) and Sangeeta (Monali Chowdary) are a bunch of freshers in a college. They all together make a fine gang. Chandu – Madhu, Rajesh – Appu Shankar – Sangeeta soon build up their relation and become pairs.
A major breakthrough for Tamannaah in Tamil cinema, Balaji Shaktivel’s critically acclaimed film Kalloori had the actor playing a college student, Shobana, in a small town in Tamil Nadu. The actor impressed the audience and critics alike with her performance, and she went on to become a major star in subsequent years; however, very few films in her career have tapped into her vulnerable side the way Kalloori did.
4. Konchem Istam Konchem Kastam
Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam is a romantic entertainer movie directed by debutante Kishore Kumar Pardasani (Dolly) and produced by Nallamalapu Srinivas (Bujji) while the trio Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy scored music for this movie. Siddharth and Tamannaah are played the main lead roles along with Prakash Raj, Ramya Krishna, Brahmanandam, Venu Madhav, Nassar are played the supporting roles in this movie.
In Surender Reddy’s Oosaravelli, Tamannaah played Niharika, an amnesia patient, who hires an assassin, Tony (Jr NTR) to avenge the death of her family members in the hands of a mafia don. For the first time in her Telugu cinema career, she proved that she was more than just a glamorous actor; however, the film itself didn’t quite resonate with the audience.
6. Baahubali: The Beginning
SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali: The Beginning turned Tamannaah into a warrior, Avantika, who vows to rescue Devasena from the clutches of Mahishmathi’s tyrant king, Bhallaladeva. The film, however, was a major turning point in Tamannaah’s career and it paved way for other filmmakers to offer many more serious roles to the actor.
7. 100 Percent Love
100 % Love movie is romantic love story in which, Tamannah playing the character of Maha Lakshmi and Naga Chaitanya plays the role of an engineering student Balu, who is very serious on his carrier. On the other hand, Maha Lakshmi (Tamannah) is Balu’s relative, who comes to the city from village and joins the same Engineering college.