Tamannaah Bhatia is a well-known Indian actress who has made a name for herself in the film industry. She looks beautiful and is known for her versatile acting skills and has appeared in a variety of films in different languages.
Along with her acting career, Tamannaah has also been successful in business, which has contributed to her impressive net worth.
Tamannaah’s sources of income are film compensation, brand endorsements, and stage performances. She is among India’s highest-paid actresses, and her net worth is a testament to her success in the entertainment industry.
One report estimates Tamannaah Bhatia’s net worth to be around Rs 110-120 crore. She earns roughly around Rs 10-12 crore annually, which means that her monthly income is around Rs 1 crore.
Another report suggests that Tamannaah charges around Rs 5 crore for a film and over Rs 60 lacs for an item song (which is expected to rise after the success of the Kavala song).
Apart from her acting career, Tamannaah has also invested in real estate and owns a luxurious sea-facing apartment. Here’s a report that says that Tamannaah paid almost twice the regular price for a sea-view apartment in Versova (Mumbai) and spent an additional Rs.2 crore on its interiors.
She is also a proud owner of a collection of super-expensive cars, including a sleek Land Rover Discovery Sport.
A picture of Tamannaah, wearing a massive diamond ring, had gone viral saying that it was the world’s 5th largest diamond worth Rs. 2 crore. However, Tamannaah later clarified that it was not a real diamond but a bottle-opener which was used for a photoshoot few years ago.
Tamannah Bhatia: Fitness
Tamannaah strictly follows the diet suggested by celebrity dietician, Pooja Makhija. She eats mostly simple, yet healthy food.
“Fitness is like brushing your teeth. You must include fitness in your daily life,” Tamannaah.
While Tamannaah may not the slimmest actress in India, she strives to have a healthy body by doing functional training, cardio, weight training, running and yoga,
Besides eating well and regularly working out, Tamannaah advises youngsters to follow a healthy lifestyle.
“If your lifestyle is not fit, then you can’t work properly. If your lifestyle is unhealthy, it will reflect on screen,” Tamannaah.