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Updated: October 29, 2009 15:25 IST

Tamannaah eyes National Award

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The Hindu

Tamannaah, one of the leading actresses in Tamil cinema, is right now focusing on her acting career and says she wants to win a National Award.

“I’m not at all in a hurry to get married. I have just managed to stabilise myself in the film industry. I want to sustain the position that I have earned here,” the actress, who gave two hits this year — Ayan and Padikkathavan, told reporters.

“Winning the National Award for best actress is my dream. In fact, I want to win awards in all categories — glamour, acting as well as fighting if there is an award for this,” added the actress who is geared up for the release of Kandein Kaadhalai.

She is ready to compromise on her fee if a director will offer her a script that can fetch her the award.

Tamannaah also feels that actresses shouldn’t hide their age.

“I feel that an actress shouldn’t be hesitating to reveal her actual age. Age helps in letting the other person be aware of one’s experience, maturity and tact,” she said.

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