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Tamannah Bhatia learns to beatbox

Updated on: 15 September,2022 08:20 AM IST  |  Mumbai
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Babli Bouncer actor Bhatia on her film prep, which also included learning to ride a motorbike

Tamannah Bhatia learns to beatbox

Tamannaah Bhatia


Set to feature as a bouncer in Babli Bouncer, Tamannaah Bhatia says she learned how to ride a motorbike and beatbox. The film tells the story of Babli, who hails from a small town, and tries to make it big in the profession, in Delhi. 


A bold and brave character, Bhatia rides a bullet, and lifts heavy-weights. “I learnt to ride a bullet. Before this, I had ridden a scooty. So, I think the most difficult part was to ride a bullet, because it is a very heavy bike. It took a while to get comfortable to do that. I also learnt beatboxing. I [didn’t] even know that beatboxing was not beating someone, but a type of voice [modulation].”



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Babli Bouncer stars Bhatia, in the lead along with Saurabh Shukla, Abhishek Bajaj and Sahil Vaid in pivotal roles. The film’s track, Mad banke, composed by Tanishk Bagchi, released only days ago. The film releases on September 23 on Disney+ Hotstar in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

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