Tamannaah on her battle with COVID-19: There was a constant fear of death in me

Popular south and Bollywood actress Tamannaah Bhatia, who featured in films Baahubali, Entertainment and others, was tested positive for COVID-19 in October but the actress recovered well during her treatment and was soon discharged. Now, the gorgeous lady during the promotions of her Telugu web series 11th Hour revealed that she was scared for life during her battle with coronavirus. She said, “I was really scared when getting treated, there was a constant fear of death in me. I had very severe symptoms that I knew had killed others on their way to recovery. But the doctors truly saved me and I should thank my parents too for standing in support. It made me realize how valuable life truly is.”


Questioning the insensitive response of the people on social media, she added, “How insensitive can people around us be? I was on heavy medication throughout the process which made me look heavy. There are many who called me fat when I posted a picture. It showed me how some can’t see through what the person has gone through and instead, just look for flaws.”

Talking about her journey, the actress recently said, “I have been making a conscious effort of multitasking between genres within the South Indian film industry. I have been away from Bollywood actively to ensure there’s more versatility in my creative kitty and to ensure I’m not stereotyped into any particular genre. Versatility is the key to survival. I’ve always been passionate about cinema and I never wanted to limit myself to any one industry. There a lot of misconceptions about me, to be honest.” On the Bollywood front, she will be next seen in Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrerer Bole Chudiyan, which is directed by Shamas Nawab Siddiqui. So, are you excited for this project? Tweet and let us know @bollywood_life

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