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Tamannaah filmography

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Tamannaah dressed in a white shirt and looking at the camera
Tamannaah at Mumbai, in 2016

Tamannaah is an Indian actress known for her work in Tamil and Telugu films. Her first lead role came in 2005 at the age of 15 with Chand Sa Roshan Chehra in Hindi.[1] The same year she made her Telugu film debut with Sri, and the following year she made her Tamil debut with Kedi. None of these films were profitable ventures.[2] In 2007, Tamannaah achieved her first success in Telugu and Tamil cinema with Happy Days and Kalloori respectively.[3] Her portrayal of a college student in both films received critical acclaim.[4] Tamannaah's performances in Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam and Kanden Kadhalai (both released in 2009) earned her nominations in the Best Actress – Telugu and Best Actress – Tamil categories at the 57th Filmfare Awards South ceremony.[5][6] A series of commercially successful films helped her establish a career in Tamil cinema.[7][8]

In 2010, Tamannaah played the female lead in three Tamil films—Paiyaa, Sura, and Thillalangadi. Paiyaa was profitable at the box office and earned her a nomination for Best Actress – Tamil at the 58th Filmfare Awards South ceremony.[9][10] The other two releases underperformed at the box office.[11] She starred in five films in 2011 including 100% Love, which marked her return to Telugu films,[12] and the Tamil film Siruthai, a remake of S. S. Rajamouli's Telugu directorial Vikramarkudu (2006).[13] The following year, Tamannaah played the female lead in four Telugu films: Racha, Endukante... Premanta!, Rebel, and Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu. Racha and Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu were commercially successful,[14][15] and her performance in the former gained her a nomination for Best Actress – Telugu at the 60th Filmfare Awards South ceremony.[16]

Tamannaah made her first appearance in a Hindi film since her debut role with Himmatwala (2013), a remake of the 1983 Hindi film of the same name. She reprised the role played by Sridevi in the original.[17] Himmatwala received a negative reception from the critics, and Tamannaah's performance in the film was criticised.[18] She appeared in four films the following year: Veeram, Humshakals, Aagadu, and Entertainment. Veeram was the only profitable venture among them.[19] The remaining films underperformed at the box office.[20][21][22] Tamannaah played a warrior princess in S. S. Rajamouli's Baahubali: The Beginning (2015), the first of two cinematic parts of the bilingual epic film Baahubali.[23] It became one of the highest grossing Indian films of all time earning more than 6 billion (Indian rupees),[24] and gained her a nomination for Best Actress – Telugu at the 63rd Filmfare Awards South ceremony.[25] She later starred in commercially successful films such as Bengal Tiger (2015) and Oopiri (2016);[26][27] the latter was an official adaptation of Olivier Nakache & Éric Toledano's French comedy-drama film The Intouchables (2011).[28] Her performance in dual roles in the horror comedy Devi (2016) earned her a Best Actress – Tamil nomination at the 64th Filmfare Awards South ceremony.[29]

Films

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title[a] Role(s) Director Language(s) Notes Ref.
2005 Chand Sa Roshan Chehra Jia Shamsi, ShabahShabah Shamsi Hindi [30]
[31]
2005 Sri Sandhya Dasarath, K.K. Dasarath Telugu [32]
2006 Kedi Priyanka Krishna, JyothiJyothi Krishna Tamil [33]
[34]
2006 Jadoo Telugu
2007 Viyabari Savithri Chidambaram, ShaktiShakti Chidambaram Tamil [35]
2007 Happy Days Madhu Kammula, ShekharShekhar Kammula Telugu [4]
2007 Kalloori Shobhana Sakthivel, BalajiBalaji Sakthivel Tamil [36]
2008 Kalidasu Archana Reddy, G. RavicharanG. Ravicharan Reddy Telugu [37]
2008 Ready Swapna Vaitla, SrinuSrinu Vaitla Telugu Cameo appearance [38]
[39]
2008 Netru Indru Naalai Herself Chenna, LakshmikanthLakshmikanth Chenna Tamil Cameo appearance [39]
2008 Ninna Nedu Repu Telugu
2009 Padikkadavan Reddy, GayathriGayathri Reddy Suraj Tamil [40]
2009 Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam Subramanyam, GeethaGeetha Subramanyam Pardasani, Kishore KumarKishore Kumar Pardasani Telugu Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu [5]
[41]
2009 Ayan Yamuna Anand, K. V.K. V. Anand Tamil [42]
2009 Ananda Thandavam Madhumitha Krishna, GandhiGandhi Krishna Tamil [43]
2009 Kanden Kadhalai Anjali Kannan, R.R. Kannan Tamil Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil
Won—South Scope Awards — Best Actress
[6]
[44]
2010 Paiyaa Charulatha Lingusamy, N.N. Lingusamy Tamil Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil [10]
[45]
2010 Sura Poornima Rajkumar, S. P.S. P. Rajkumar Tamil [46]
2010 Thillalangadi Nisha Raja, MohanMohan Raja Tamil [47]
2011 Siruthai Swetha Siva Tamil [48]
2011 Ko Herself Anand, K. V.K. V. Anand Tamil Cameo appearance in the song "Aga Naga" [49]
2011 100% Love Mahalakshmi Sukumar Telugu Won—CineMAA Awards - Best Actress
Won—South Scope Awards — Best Actress
[50]
2011 Badrinath Alakananda Vinayak, V. V.V. V. Vinayak Telugu [51]
2011 Venghai Radhika Hari Tamil [52]
2011 Oosaravelli Niharika Reddy, SurenderSurender Reddy Telugu [53]
2012 Racha Chaitra Nandi, SampathSampath Nandi Telugu Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu [16]
[54]
2012 Endukante... Premanta! Srinidhi / Sravanthi[b] Karunakaran, A.A. Karunakaran Telugu [55]
2012 Rebel Nandini Lawrence, RaghavaRaghava Lawrence Telugu [56]
2012 Cameraman Gangatho Rambabu Ganga Jagannadh, PuriPuri Jagannadh Telugu [57]
2013 Himmatwala Rekha Khan, SajidSajid Khan Hindi [58]
2013 Tadakha Pallavi Pardasani, Kishore KumarKishore Kumar Pardasani Telugu [59]
2014 Veeram Kopperundevi Siva Tamil [60]
2014 Humshakals Shanaya Khan, SajidSajid Khan Hindi [61]
2014 Alludu Seenu Herself Vinayak, V. V.V. V. Vinayak Telugu Special appearance in the song "Labbar Bomma" [62]
2014 Entertainment Sakshi Sajid-Farhad Hindi [63]
2014 Aagadu Saroja Vaitla, SrinuSrinu Vaitla Telugu [64]
2015 Nannbenda Herself Jagadish Tamil Cameo appearance [65]
2015 Baahubali: The Beginning Avanthika Rajamouli, S. S.S. S. Rajamouli Telugu Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu [25]
[66]
2015 Tamil
2015 Vasuvum Saravananum Onna Padichavanga Balakrishnan, AishwaryaAishwarya Balakrishnan Rajesh, M.M. Rajesh Tamil [67]
2015 Size Zero Herself Kovelamudi, PrakashPrakash Kovelamudi Telugu Cameo appearance [68]
2015 Inji Iduppazhagi Tamil
2015 Bengal Tiger Meera Nandi, SampathSampath Nandi Telugu [69]
2016 Speedunnodu Herself Srinivasa Rao, BhimaneniBhimaneni Srinivasa Rao Telugu Special appearance in the song "Bachelor Babu" [70]
2016 Oopiri Keerthi Paidipally, VamsiVamsi Paidipally Telugu [71]
2016 Thozha Tamil
2016 Ranveer Ching Returns Unknown Shetty, RohitRohit Shetty Hindi Short film [72]
2016 Dharma Durai Subhashini Ramasamy, SeenuSeenu Ramasamy Tamil Won—Asiavision Awards - Best Actress [73]
2016 Jaguar Herself Mahadev Kannada Special appearance in the song "Sampige" [74]
Telugu Special appearance in the song "Mandara Thailam" [75]
2016 Devi Devi / Ruby[b] Vijay, A. L.A. L. Vijay Tamil Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil [76]
[77]
2016 Abhinetri Telugu
2016 Tutak Tutak Tutiya Hindi
2016 Kaththi Sandai Divya / Bhanu Suraj Tamil [78]
2017 Baahubali 2: The Conclusion Avanthika Rajamouli, S. S.S. S. Rajamouli Telugu [79]
Tamil
2017 Anbanavan Asaradhavan Adangadhavan Ramya Ravichandran, AdhikAdhik Ravichandran Tamil [80]
2017 Jai Lava Kusa Herself Ravindra, K. S.K. S. Ravindra Telugu Special appearance in the song "Swing Zara" [81]
2018 Sketch Films that have not yet been released Ammu Chander, VijayVijay Chander Tamil Post-production [82]
2018 Khamoshi Films that have not yet been released TBA Toleti, ChakriChakri Toleti Hindi Post-production [83]
2018 Untitled Kunal Kohli Project Films that have not yet been released TBA Kohli, KunalKunal Kohli Telugu Filming [84]
2018 NKR 15 Films that have not yet been released TBA Jayendra Panchapakesan Telugu Filming [85]
2018 Queen Once Again dagger TBA Neelakanta Reddy Telugu Filming [86]

Notes

  1. ^ Films are listed in the order of their release date.
  2. ^ a b Tamannaah portrayed dual roles in the film.

See also

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