Tamannaah Bhatia to be honoured at the Arts for India Charity event in London

Baahubali Star Tamannaah Bhatia

Baahubali Star Tamannaah Bhatia

Arts for India charity announced today to honour iconic Bollywood actress Tamannaah Bhatia during the Golden Gala on Wednesday 31st May at iconic London landmark, BAFTA 195 Piccadily.

The star-studded evening will be hosted by International Bollywood Star, Amy Jackson and will consist of a champagne reception, dinner, auction and awards ceremony, with all proceeds going on to help young students get the education they deserve. Tamannaah Bhatia will be awarded during the evening with the ‘Young Icon Award’, recognizing for her notable contributions in the field of cinema.

Tamannaah Bhatia will be awarded during the evening with the ‘Young Icon Award’, recognizing for her notable contributions in the field of cinema.

Tamannaah made her acting debut at the age of 15 in the Bollywood film, Chand Sa Roshan Chehra. Since then she has established herself as one of the iconic contemporary actresses in Telugu cinema and Tamil cinema. She is one of the highest paid actresses in South Indian cinema. She has acted nearly 50 films in three different languages- Tamil, Telugu and Hindi.

Previous Arts for India awardees include:
Lord Richard Attenborough,
His Holiness the Dalai Lama,
Goldie Hawn and
Dame Joan Collins among others.

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Speaking to Subodh Gupta, Editor Journalism News Network, Satish Modi, Arts for India Founder commented: “We are delighted to award established Indian actress Tamannaah Bhatia during in the upcoming gala supported by BAFTA. The Golden Gala is a prestigious philanthropic event bringing together fiscally responsible organisations, resources, celebrities, people of influence and synchronistic brands to have a transformative global impact on the Arts.”


Arts For India charity provide further education for underprivileged students studying at the International Institute of Fine Arts (IIFA), Modinagar, National Capital Region Delhi, through sponsorships. Their mission is to lift disadvantaged young Indian teenagers out of poverty through the provision of education in Art and Creative design to a global standard.

Barbara Tomasik is a staff journalist, copy editor and reporter for Journalism News Network.
Barbara has seven years of experience as a writer. She also conducts sessions on yoga, which is her hobby.
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