Tamannah Bhatia goes horse-riding

The actress is learning the art of horse riding for the sequel of the blockbuster film Baahubali : The Beginning.

Published: 11th June 2016 03:43 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th June 2016 03:43 AM   |  A+A-


Actress Tamannah Bhatia, who is currently shooting for Baahubali 2 and Prabhu Deva’s next, is leaving no stone unturned for the two projects and is learning various art forms for her diverse roles. 

The actress is learning the art of horse riding for the sequel of the blockbuster film Baahubali : The Beginning.


According to an insider, in Baahubali 2, audiences will witness Tamannaah performing some high action sequences including intense sword fights and horse ridings.

The actress will be trained by Jeetu Varma, who has also trained Bollywood’s leading ladies Kangana Ranaut and Sonakshi Sinha. 

Tamannaah, who has never ridden a horse, has commenced training for the role and is excited to showcase her new-found skill.

“This is my first attempt in learning horse riding, so initially it took me a little time to connect with the horse and catch his rhythm and to learn how to control him, but once I started getting that, it became a lot of fun.  Apart from horse riding I am also doing a lot of sword fighting and action scenes for a sequence in Baahubali, which I am definitely looking forward to,” Tamannaah said.

Apart from this, the actress is also rehearsing passionately for a hardcore dance number in Prabhu Deva’s next.

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