In this episode of The Bombay Journey x Sunday Brunch, Mashable India’s Siddharth Aalambayan and Curly Tales’s Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani, were joined by Tamannaah Bhatia, Aashim Gulati, and Suhail Nayyar. They were promoting their new OTT series, Jee Karda. It was an exciting day and we drove around Lower Parel and Bandra to discuss life in Mumbai, all about being an actor, diet plans, food chronicles in Mumbai, and much more. Catch the entire video to learn more about their lives.
Tamannaah Bhatia’s Comfort Food: Sindhi Kadhi Chawal & Aloo Tuk
We are well aware of the fact that Tamannaah loves to eat. She is a proper foodie and despite following diet plans, she loves to gorge on food. Her love for Sindhi food never goes out of style. Tamannaah Bhatia prefers Sindhi Kadhi Chawal and Aloo Tuk over any other food items. Kamiya and Tamannaah certainly bonded over considering this food combo a staple meal.
Whenever she is back home from travelling, she only wants Sindhi Kadhi Chawal and Aloo Tuk. It is her comfort food, and we all agree that Indian Cuisine will forever be superior. Tamannaah also told us that she loves to relish street food items. She especially loves Mumbai street food like Sev Puri, Vada Pav, Dosa, and more. On the other hand, she also loves Chole Bhature. A true foodie, indeed!
She Paid For A Bathrobe Instead Of Stealing It
We played a fun game with the team called ‘Never Have I Ever’ while enjoying a massive spread of Parsi food at SodaBottleOpenerWala. We wanted to know if Tamannaah Bhatia ever stole from any hotel. To our surprise, she paid huge amounts for the items she truly loved.
Further, she added that while she was in Jaipur for a wedding, the bathrobes in the hotel genuinely caught her eye. So she bought a couple of bathrobes from the hotel for herself and her friend. It cost her around 8 grand! That is a mighty price paid for bathrobes, and we really hope they were worth it.
Next, Tamannaah talked about how she started her career as an actor and how supportive her parents were during the initial stages of her career. We talked, ate a lot more, and got to know how life and food choices are different in Delhi and Mumbai. Check out the video to know more about it.
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