Tamannaah Bhatia with her exceptional beauty and flawless skin makes our jaws drop each time we see her onscreen. The petal fresh glow on the gorgeous actress is enviable, making us want to know everything about her make-up mantra and beauty regime. The diva swears by her make-up and skin care regime not only since the time she became an actress but ever since the very beginning. On Amazon Beauty presents Vanity Dairies on in.com, Tamannaah secretly admits to celebrity artist and host, Lekha Gupta that as a young girl she considered herself to be the best make-up artist on the planet.
Popularly known as the ‘Milk Beauty’, Tamannaah became the nation’s favourite with her presence in the magnum opus Baahubali. Having featured in more than 50 feature films, she has been in front of the camera since the age of 15. On asked upon who she looks up to in Hollywood and Bollywood alike, she quipped, “In Hollywood I really look up to Meryl Streep. I love the fact that she looks different in every part that she plays. Even at age of 70 she can completely transform and become an absolutely different character.” Closer to home, she said, “In Bollywood I love Deepika Padukone. She has beautiful eyes, and I absolutely adore her experimental nature and her minimalist approach to everything.”
Vanity life of actors and actresses are filled with secrets and interesting behind-the-scenes tales. During the show, the actress also recollected one such hilarious incident that took place during one of her shoots. Tamannaah disclosed, “There was this one time when I rehearsed an entire dance sequence in my vanity van and everyone outside was confused wondering why the van was swinging and shaking.”
Commenting on her new guest on the show, Lekha Gupta says, “I had a wonderful time shooting with Tamannaah and the dewy tinted look that I tried on her is my favourite look which never goes out of fashion. She can carry it with an absolute panache and looks radiant and fresh as ever. I love the fact that she loves her make-up and follows the regime to the T.”