The effervescent Tamannaah Bhatia, riding the waves of success from her recent films, took a spiritual detour recently. She attended the time-honored Naga Mandala Pooja at Sadhguru Sannidhi, nestled in Chikkaballapur, Karnataka.
While the world lauds her for her performance alongside Rajinikanth in ‘Jailer’ and her mesmerizing ‘Vaa Nu Kavalaiya’ number, this spiritual side of Tamannaah remains intriguing to many. The event, whose captivating photos are creating a buzz on social media platforms, saw the presence of other eminent personalities. Aishwarya Hegde, daughter of Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister D.K. Sivakumar, Kannada film magnate Rockline Venkatesh, and ‘KGF’ starlet Srinidhi Shetty were among the esteemed attendees.
Interestingly, it was superstar Rajinikanth who spotlighted Tamannaah’s spiritual affinity. Before the grand launch of ‘Jailer’, he expressed his astonishment at discovering her spiritual inclination, noting how he too shared a similar profound connection.
Marked by the prestigious occasion of Naga Panchami, this particular Naga Mandala Pooja was orchestrated by the renowned Udupi Vaidyas. With the esteemed Sadhguru gracing the event, he expressed, “Naga symbolizes the innate human quest to surpass constraints. It’s a divine medium that lets us grasp life’s vastness.”
Switching gears to Tamannaah’s cinematic journey, the versatile actress showcased her prowess in cameo roles like Kamna in the Rajinikanth-centric ‘Jailer’ and as Lasya alongside Chiranjeevi in ‘Bhola Shankar’. Fans are keenly awaiting her array of multilingual releases such as Aranmanai 4 in Tamil, Bandra in Malayalam, and Vedaa in Hindi. Stay tuned for more updates from the world of Indian cinema!