Tamannaah Bhatia: Film Travel Is The Worst Travel

by Ankita Mazumdar
Tamannaah Bhatia: Film Travel Is The Worst Travel

Travelling for vacation and travelling for work are two different things. It is exciting for most people and others might dread it. In this collaboration edition of The Bombay Journey x Sunday Brunch Tamannaah Bhatia, Suhail Nayyar, and Aashim Gulati met with Mashable India’s Siddharth Aalambayan and Curly Tales’s Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani. They drove around the city to talk about their new OTT series – Jee Karda, Sindhi food, and how Mumbai treated them, individually. Watch the video and get to know more about the guests.

Tamannaah Bhatia Believes Film Travel Is The Worst Travel To Undertake

Travelling is a leisure activity, it is supposed to be fun and adventurous. When work gets mingled with a travel trip, it isn’t actually a travel trip. Tamannaah hates it when this happens. She doesn’t like film travel because it is not a sightseeing trip and it is rather back-to-back work.

She says, “I have travelled all over the world, yet I haven’t seen any place.” Fundamentally, when people are supposed to spend quality time with their family and friends, Tamannaah has to work around the clock even if the place is drop-dead gorgeous.

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Tamannaah told us that she is rather a sea person and it gets her to relax very quickly. If not the sea, then she needs a scenic view cause she prefers to be nearer to nature in that sense.

This Is What She Has To Say About Lower Parel

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The drive session started from the area of Lower Parel in Mumbai. It is necessary to talk about any memories the guests have regarding the place. Tamannaah goes on to say that she likes Lower Parel overall.

She also specified that it is easier to reach Hyderabad from Lokhandwala than Lower Parel. She further jokingly said that to travel to Lower Parel, you have to get a Visa. Well, it is just typical Bombay traffic woes.

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Tamannaah Bhatia, Suhail Nayyar, and Aashim Gulati joined this collaboration to promote their new OTT series, Jee Karda. Go binge-watch their series which focuses on friendship and showcases a glimpse of the city of Mumbai. Watch the entire episode to learn more about the battles between the cities of Delhi and Mumbai.

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