"When I sign a film I will talk about it, please don't encourage rumours," Tamannaah tweeted
Asked if being part of masala films is tough, Prabhudheva, during a visit to the IANS headquarters here, said: "To do the film is tough, but it's fun to be in commercial films."
"I have deep links with the South. My husband Shirish Kunder is from South India. Professionally, my entire work ethic comes from the South. Working as a choreographer with directors like Mani Ratnam and Priyadarshan, I've based my working module on what I've learnt from them. Reaching sets early to work, and getting the shot done in the conditions available without bothering for comforts and frills like vanity vans etc, has all been learnt from them. It's something I follow to this day," says Farah
"It's a film that holds a lot of responsibility and excitement. I'm playing the titular role for the first time in my career and that makes everything even more special," Tamannaah said