No bikinis or kissing on screen for Tamannaah
Mumbai: Southern actress Tamannaah Bhatia, who is making her debut in Bollywood with Sajid Khan's 'Himmatwala', has her reservations about wearing a bikini, as well as kissing on screen.
"Even in down south, while I was working, I had a few restrictions that I followed. I don't wear a bikini on screen, I do not kiss on screen and I did not have lovemaking scenes either. I'm just going to continue what I always believed in," said Tamannah.
The confident actress, who is paired opposite Ajay Devgn in 'Himmatwala', said she isn't bothered about how these self-imposed constraints will affect her career.
"As an individual, I have set some boundaries for myself and that's something I choose to follow. I am not worried about what are the consequences for the rules and principles that I am following. I do not judge anybody who does it. Everybody has their own right to do what they want. Whatever comes after that is fine," added the 23-year-old.
'Himmatwala', releasing on March 29, is a remake of the 1980s hit film of the same name, which starred Jeetendra and Sridevi in the lead.
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