Tannaz Davoodi is a girl who became a new national crush after appearing in the viral song Jamal Kudu. Here’s something to know about her.
Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s Animal has not only made waves at the box office but has also become a pop culture phenomenon, with viral scenes, dialogues, and songs taking social media by storm. One such highlight is the Persian song Jamal Kudu in the background as Bobby Deol makes his entry. This catchy tune has gained immense popularity, credit goes to the captivating presence of Iranian model and dancer Tannaz Davoodi.
Who is Tannaz Davoodi?
Born on June 27, 1997, Tannaz Davoodi is the daughter of Mehdi Aliyari, a journalist, and Marjan Daimond. In Tehran, Iran. She is also known as Tanni. Tannaz pursued a fashion design course at Landstede MBO – Mooi & Mode between 2014 and 2017. and later joined De Animatie Compagnie. She then shifted to becoming a Bollywood dancer. Before appearing in Jamal Kudu, Tannaz had featured in various Bollywood songs like Tum par hum hai take and Thumka, as well as stage shows alongside celebrities such as Nora Fatehi, Varun Dhawan, John Abraham, and Sunny Leone. However, her role in Jamal Kudu marked her first prominent center-stage performance.
Jamal Kudu’s Song in Animal
Jamal Kudu is an Iranian song from the late 1950s, which was modified in Animal Song. The song features a wedding scene where Bobby Deol’s character is marrying his third bride. The song features a contemporary twist by composer Harshavardhan Rameshwar, who mixed the traditional Iranian Bandari music with modern elements. The background music consisting children’s choir and female vocalists has a big contribution to the production of the song.
How did Jamal Kudu affect Tannaz Davoodi?
Jamal Kudu has a big role in Tannaz’s life. Her Instagram bio proudly identifies her as the “Jamal Jamaloo girl,” Her popularity in India has skyrocketed, making her the national crush. Before the film’s release, Tannaz had around 10,000 Instagram followers, and within just two weeks, this number surged to 2.6 lakh and continues to rise steadily.