New Delhi: After starring in unsuccessful Bollywood films like 'Himmatwala' and 'Humshakals', actress Tamannaah Bhatia says she has learnt her lesson and now wants to focus on her career in South, where she has always had a strong foothold.
The 25-year-old actress, who is gearing up for the release of her next S S Rajamouli-directed two-part multi-lingual two-part epic drama 'Baahubali', said she is more than happy with Tamil and Telugu films in her kitty. "At the end of it you should be a part of a film that you know eventually people like and you like working in it and you also have something to do in. So, now I have become more choosy than I was ever before,'' she said.
"I have done few Hindi films to realise that and most of the films did not do well. So, now I know what's been working for me and what's not working for me. So, that's how I am making my choices now," Tamannaah told PTI.
When asked if Bollywood is off her radar now, the actress said, “Not at all. I mean seriously 'Baahubali' of course it's dubbed film but at the same time the projection of it is a proper Hindi film.”