Posted on December 29, 2015 at 4:12 pm

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Aww: Find out why Tamannah Bhatia is a 'daddys girl'

Bollywood and Tollywood actress Tammanah Bhatia, who recently turned a year older, is still her daddy’s little girl, even after growing into one of the top most divas of the film industry! The milky white beauty who started her acting journey at a young age and now become a successful independent actress is known to still take her father’s advice in all of the major decisions of her life.
Tammanah, who is also the owner of her own online jewellery design store Wite & Gold and is the top most actress in the south industry, prefers her father to take all the financial decisions. From investments, to expenditures to taking up a particular role, the dazzling actress seeks help from her daddy dearest. An insider informs that Tammanah is a complete daddy’s princess and she has always been close to her father. Her father has been her support system throughout her journey and she has always made sure to have a word with him before making any important decisions.
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A family oriented Tammanah, has always kept her personal life in priority and believes in spending quality time with them. This year on the eve of her birthday which fell on 21st December, Tammanah was shooting the entire day but in the night she made sure to remove time and go for a quiet dinner with her family.

Talking about her bonding with her father, the talented actress Tammanah Bhatia says,

“Be it in any stage of my life, my father has always been my backbone and I have always been thankful to him for that. He is excellent when it comes to making financial decisions and managing stuff therefore I always tend to look up to him in all my decisions. He was and will always been my hero!”

Tammanah Bhatia is currently at her success best as in the year 2015 she was part of 600 crore box-office blockbuster movie and recently also her Telgu film ‘Bengal Tiger’ has become a super hit in the Tollywood industry.