A thriller has the ability to leave you binge-watching

Tamannaah Bhatia believes the thriller series has a high binge quotient (Photo credit: Instagram)

Southern star Tamannaah Bhatia believes that choosing a role in a thriller can still be an advantage for an actor because the genre has a high frenzy quotient.

This year, Tamannaah made her digital debut in April with the Telugu-language “11th Hour” web series, a crime thriller that also features Adith Arun and Vamsi Krishna.

In May, she returned to the OTT space again with the Tamil crime drama “November Story” alongside Pasupathy, GM Kumar, Aruldass and Vivek Prasanna.

“A thriller, if done well, has the capacity to leave you watching in frenzy. It’s basically what everyone who does a show wants you to do. So when you choose a genre like a thriller, if it’s done right, it has great potential to achieve that goal of being a burst to watch, ”she says.

“11th Hour” airs on Aha while “November Story” is on Disney + Hotstar VIP.

Tamannaah Bhatia plays an ethical hacker in the upcoming “November Story” series. The actress says the two things she was looking for on the digital platform were relevant scripts and a strong character.

“The two things I was looking for in a web series were a relevant storyline and a strong character that would spark audience interest,” Tamannaah said.

Speaking about his experience working with rookie director Ram Subramanian, the actor added: Like this, was extremely admirable. His comprehensive vision and impressive storytelling skills led me to sign November Story.

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