Tamanna has declined an offer to act opposite Mahesh Babu in a Telugu film to be directed by Trivikram, one of the happening directors of Andhra Pradesh.
According to sources, the trouble is that she was promised the heroine's role, but it now looks like Parvathi Melton, the other heroine has more scenes and songs with Mahesh. Following this,Tamanna has reportedly decided to opt out.
The petite actress is currently playing the female lead role in three Tamil films- 'Ayan' opposite Surya, 'Padikadhavan' opposite Dhanush and 'Ananda Thandavam', which has the story of Sujatha and directed by Chellamay fame Gandhi Krishna.
However, Tamanna in a telephonic reaction to has stated that she had to opt out of the project due to non availability of dates.
KV Anand, who introduced Prithviraj in 'Kana Kandein' will introduce a new villain in his forthcoming directorial venture 'Ayan', starring Suriya. He is in search for a new face for the baddie role from other languages. Prabhu will don an important role in the film, produced by AVM.Anand, who made Gopika to act in a lip-to-lip kissing scene, is planning to introduce a glamourous Tamanna in the movie. 'Ayan' will see the young girl creating hot waves all around.
Meanwhile, the cinematographer turned filmmaker has also planned to go to Venice, one of his favorite locations, to shoot a song for 'Ayan'
Enter. Conquer. Move on. Nothing sums up the pearly beauty Tamannah's career than this asyndeton.Entering filmdom in South India through Telugu films, she made herself one of the leading heroines there. And soon, with 'Kalloori', she created a mark for herself in Kollywood too.
The next territory to conquer for the actress seems to be Mollywood. Her first Malayalam film has been titled 'Campus Days' and the actress is said to be paired with one of Malayalam's leading heroes, though which one remains unknown as yet.
Interesting, it was 'Happy Days', a flick on college life that made her famous in Telugu. And 'Kalloori', meaning College, was her gateway to fame in Tamil. And now, her Malayalam flick too, titled 'Campus Days', seems to be a college flick. Here's hoping she succeeds in the Malayalam industry too.In Tamil, the actress has confirmed that she will be part of Vijay's 50th film.