Throwing light on the other side of the entertainment and glamour industry, actor Tamannaah Bhatia recently said that they sacrifice a lot for surviving in the industry. Tamannaah also added that they always wear a smile to ensure the other side of their life isn’t exposed to everyone. “People think actresses have fame and money, but they are not aware of the difficulties we undergo. I’m not saying that there is no room for happiness in the film industry, but people should understand that we are sacrificing so much for our survival,” Tamannaah said in an interview. The Baahubali actor says that to maintain the required fitness levels and the looks required for a film, their life is always on the run and most of the times miss out on what common people do.
“I’ve been in cinema for 15 years and working hard without break. I am unable to eat what I want to and always work hard to maintain my body and looks. Sometimes strenuous workouts and hectic schedules keep me on my toes. I envy other women who have a free lifestyle,” Tamannaah added further. These statements from Tamannaah come after the sudden and unfortunate demise of superstar Sridevi recently. There have been a lot of debates and arguments on what professionals in the entertainment industry go through and the kind of pressure they are under always to live up to the expectations.
Actor Amala Akkineni too recently took to her social media and spoke about the constant glare they are under and the pressure on takes on them to look good. “Will you free me of the box office madness, the TRP wars, Page 3, the likes, the comments, the traps that menacingly surround everything we do? You have caught me in a time warp, a cage of fame, while my spirit is free. Allow me a life, some privacy, t engage with humanity and the universe, with purpose, truth, compassion and some respect for those now gone,” Amala wrote on her Facebook page.