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Tamannaah Bhatia’s choice of roles has shaped narrative of women in Indian Cinema

Feb 19, 2024 (Yes Punjab News)

Pan India star Tamannaah Bhatia’s portrayal of skilled combatant Avantika in “Baahubali: The Beginning” marked a significant turning point for her in Indian cinema, sparking a shift towards more women-oriented roles.

Her portrayal of a woman warrior not only captivated audiences but also set a precedent for empowering female characters in mainstream cinema.

Through Avantika, the Jee Karda actress showcased strength, resilience, and determination, challenging traditional gender stereotypes and paving the way for more diverse narratives.

Following her stint as Avantika, Tamannaah has continued to break barriers with her roles in various films and web series. With her digital film Babli Bouncer, she broke the stereotype of women being bouncers.

Debuting on OTT with the Tamil web series November Stories, Tamannaah forayed into never seen before strong female character centric genre. Her next web series “Jee Karda,” she portrayed Lavanya, displaying versatility and depth in her performance, further cemented her as a strong female performer.

Tamannaah’s performances as Inspector Anya Swaroop in “Aakhri Sach” and Shanti in “Lust Stories 2” demonstrated her versatility as an actor, addressing complicated characters, pushing herself out of her comfort zone, and delivering performances with grace.

Her contributions to Indian cinema go beyond her individual performances; she has become a symbol of empowerment and representation for women in the business, which adds to her pan-India popularity.

Her dedication to portraying strong, multifaceted female characters has inspired filmmakers to explore more women-centric stories, challenging societal norms and fostering inclusivity on-screen.

Tamannaah Bhatia’s journey from Avantika to her recent roles in Jee Karda, Lust Stories 2 and Aakhri Sach exemplifies her commitment to pushing boundaries and reshaping the landscape of Indian cinema with compelling women-oriented narratives.

On the work front, Tamannaah will be seen in Hindi film Vedaa opposite John Abraham, directed by Nikkhil Advani and Tamil movie Aranamanai 4, set for Pongal 2024 release.

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