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After Mouni Roy’s exit, Tamannaah Bhatia roped in to play the female lead in Bole Chudiyan

Instagram: Tamannaah Bhatia
Instagram: Tamannaah Bhatia

It was a few weeks ago when the makers of Bole Chudiyan announced that Mouni Roy is no more a part of their film. They claimed that she was unprofessional and used to throw tantrums. The makers had stated that soon they will announce the new female lead of the film. The announcement has been made and it is none other than Baahubali actress, Tamannaah Bhatia who has been roped in to star in the film.

Bole Chudiyan stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui as the male lead and it will be directed by Shamas Siddiqui. Shamas took to Twitter to inform everyone about Tamannaah’s casting. He tweeted, “And finally the hunt for my perfect heroine ends here. Welcome drop dead gorgeous and talented @tamannaahspeaks to #BoleChudiyan family! @Nawazuddin_S @woodpeckermv @zaverikiran9 #RajeshBhatia.”

Nawaz also tweeted, “The most beautiful addition @tamannaahspeaks to the family of #BoleChudiyan congratulations director @ShamasSiddiqui @woodpeckermv @zaverikiran9 #RajeshBhatia.”

We are sure fans of Tammanaah would be quite happy to know that she has signed a Hindi film. The actress was last seen on the big screen in Khamoshi which unfortunately failed to do well at the box office.

When a few weeks ago, we had met Tamannaah for an interview and asked her why we don’t get to see her in more Hindi films, the actress had said, “I have not been choosing films according to language. Now it’s just like if it is a good script, it could be in any language I want to do it. So, for me, it is important that wherever I do films, the script and the subject should excite me. I would love to do Hindi films, I keep listening to scripts, but I am very selective because I feel like it is so important that whenever I do a Hindi film it should be something that I resonate with. So, yeah, I have been extremely low key on that. But I keep hearing fans, they are like all the time, ‘you should do more Hindi movies’.”