Days after revealing their romance with Vijay Varma, actress Tamannaah Bhatia recently discussed getting married. She asserted that getting married shouldn’t be done merely because other people are doing it because it involves a lot of labour and responsibility. She recalled having originally believed that by the time she was 30 she would have finished her work, gotten married, and given birth to children.
Vijay Varma and Tamannaah are presently dating. After considerable rumour, she just acknowledged their connection. She described Vijay as her “happy place,” but Vijay just admitted that he is also content.
Speaking to India Today, Tamannaah averred, “I feel you should get married when you want to get married. Marriage is a big responsibility. It’s not a party. It takes a lot of work, and so is having a plant, having a dog, or having kids. So when you are ready for a responsibility like that which is important then you do it. Not because time or sab kar rahe hain toh karlo (everyone is doing it so you should too).”
“When I started working years back it was like an actress’s career span was only for 8-10 years. So I did the math and was like by the age of 30 I would have finished working, married, and would have two kids. I had not planned post-30. So, when I actually became 30 years old, I realised that I am just born, it was like a purna janam (re-birth), I felt like a brand new baby. Today we do things out of choice and it makes us feel a certain way and we have that choice. The generation before would always think ‘yeh time ho gaya to yeh kar lo (It’s time so get married)’ etc. Apart from scientifically a biological block, there is nothing really else going against you as a woman. So suddenly I have realized that my ideas then were so people friendly, they weren’t my ideas. I only discovered my ideas when I turned 30,” the actor further stated.
Jee Karda, Tamannaah’s most recent album, was released on Thursday. She will next be viewed in Lust Stories 2 on Netflix. She makes her acting debut alongside Vijay Varma.