Tamannaah Bhatia needs insights from Kangana Ranaut for 'Queen' remake
Tamannah Bhatia is excited about reprising Kangana Ranaut's National Award-winning role in 'Queen' (2014) with an official Tamil remake. The actress reveals she would like to take tips from Kangana for a flawless act
Kangana Ranaut and Tamannaah Bhatia
Tamannah Bhatia is excited about reprising Kangana Ranaut's National Award-winning role in 'Queen' (2014) with an official Tamil remake to be helmed by Revathi. All set to begin prep, the 'Baahubali' actress reveals she would like to take tips from Kangana for a flawless act.
"I have never met or spoken to Kangana, but I adored her performance in 'Queen'. I would love to call and chat with her about the role because I am sure 'Queen' will always remain special for her. It will be great if she can share her experience, which will be helpful for me too," says Tamannaah.
While reports suggested that the makers plan to keep the story as is, Tamannaah insists that script will go through a few changes, keeping in mind sensibilities of the
audience down South.
"We don't have any intentions to blindly copy; it wouldn't be a wise decision. Revathi ma'am is an experienced actor and director, and I am sure she will do complete justice to the film."
The actress who is currently wrapping up Bahubali 2 says the SS Rajamouli film has been instrumental in changing her image. "I always had a girl-next-door image, but that changed after Bahubali. It has helped me bag several big scripts."