"There is one particular dance number shot in a very glamorous way, because it is crucial to the story. For every day of shoot, I worked hard to make the moves even better than the previous day. But Prabhu Deva who noticed this, gave me one very important and genuine advice which I cherish. He told me, 'dance is not about getting better. It's about enjoying the dance itself. If you enjoy every move, your dance will automatically be good.' His words changed my approach to dancing," Tamannaah said
"I had to let go of everything I knew about acting. Seenu sir changed everything in me right from my body language to my looks and dialogue delivery and timing. He taught me how to portray a lot without doing much, how to underplay. He never hurried me and would tell me to take my time and gave me space to understand and perform at my own pace."
"I had a really dainty image and it was only after playing the warrior princess in Baahubali, that people are seeing me differently. No one could imagine me wielding a sword prior to Baahubali! But Rajamouli's characterisation changed all that," said Tamannaah Bhatia
"On my way to #Madurai to start my new Tamil film #dharmadurai with @seenuramasamy #VijaySethupathi . Super excited!!!!," Tamannaah Bhatia posted on Twitter. Meanwhile, Tamannaah currently awaits the release of Tamil-Telugu bilingual Thozha, and will soon start shooting for S S Rajamouli's Baahubali 2