Actress Tamannaah Bhatia says she is happy to break the myth that female-led film is only for women with Babli Bouncer.
During the special Babli Bouncer screening at the IMC Ladies Wing in Mumbai, Tamannaah Bhatia mingled with the media.
Talking about the film’s success, Tamannaah Bhatia said, “I am so thankful to everyone, especially the media, who always give honest feedback. This movie does touch upon women empowerment and gives out a message, in such an entertaining way, we wanted to put a smile on audience face.”
“After screening the film here in IMC Ladies wing, I realized that when you play a character this empowered, you realize the value of playing strong characters does impact so many people and the kind of comments and compliments I am getting, it makes me happy. Not just women but their husbands are also appreciating the film.”
“A female-led film is not just for women, it is for everyone, and now that everyone has liked my film, that is the real win for me. I am happy that I broke the norm that women-oriented film is only for women, and to be honest, that was not even our point in the movie,” added Bhatia.
Babli Tanwar, a small-town girl from Asola Fatepur who relocates to Delhi in search of employment, becomes well-known as a bouncer in the film Babli Bouncer.
Talking about the fundamental challenge of playing a bouncer from Harayan, Tamannaah said, “I was tensed about playing a bouncer from Haryana. Getting the lingo right was challenging, but I am happy that people liked my attempt. We all try to make an honest attempt but never really know whether the audience will like it or not, but when my friends from Harayan sort of gave me thumbs-up about the accent, I was relieved.”
Helmed by Madhur Bhandarkar and written by Amit Joshi, Aradhana Debnath and Madhur Bhandarkar, the film also stars Abhishek Bajaj, Sahil Vaid, Saanand Verma, Saurabh Shukla, Sabyasachi Chakrabarty, Upasna Singh, Ashwini Kalsekar, Rajesh Khera and more.
Source: News Desk