Tamannaah talks about how she joined the cast of Jailer, reveals interesting details her first meeting with 'Superstar' Rajinikanth - EXCLUSIVE

Tamannaah about her first interaction with jailer director nelson and rajinikanth - Tamil Movie Cinema News


Tamannaah is a popular actress who has acted in many hit films in recent years. The anticipated next film of the actress is Jailer, which has created huge excitement among fans and movie buffs. The actress is starring alongside ‘Superstar' Rajinikanth in the anticipated film that is to be released in theatres on August 10. Galatta Media, known for organising incredible events, organised a fans meet for the actress, and she shared many interesting details about her career and her films. As the anchor asked about the incident when she first got a call about the film. The actress said, "I remember it very well. I was in a very beautiful place. It wasn't the Maldives; I think it's Phuket, Thailand, or someplace next to the beach."

"I remember getting a call from Nelson, sir, asking, if I want you to do this", said the actress, Tamannaah then added, "Of course, it's Rajini sir's films. During the beginning of my career, I did a film with Dhanush sir that was Padikkadavan. During the screening of the film, the first time I met Rajini, sir, at the time also he was very simple, and we took this blessing. Padikkadhavan became a hit at that time. I don't know if many people know this, but the first film that I saw in Tamil was Padayappa, and that was my reference for my film. As a character, Chandramukhi was a film soon after I saw in Tamil, and I was always inspired by Rajini, sir. The actress then shared how she accepted the role and said "Over my 17-year career, I would have hoped I would have gotten an opportunity. When Nelson sir scaled and said, of course, it was a no-brainer"

The actress Tamannaah then spoke about Anirudh's music in Jailer, saying "he will surely deliver something news in his films. Even Kaavaalaa's sound is new, and the title of the song is in Telugu and it was different and new and so I think it worked"