Mumbai: Actress Tamannaah Bhatia says she is not aware of the recent searches by Income Tax officials conducted at the offices belonging to producers of multilingual magnum opus 'Bahubali', in which she had starred.
'Bahubali: The Beginning' a historical fiction epic, was released in July last year and became India's biggest-ever hit, doing business of over Rs 650 crore worldwide. It was also dubbed in Hindi.
Its sequel, that also stars Tamannaah, is to be released worldwide in April next year and the distribution rights have been sold for several hundred crores.
When asked about the searches, the actress told reporters here, "I have no clue. I haven't heard anything about it."
The 26-year-old actress was speaking last night at the red carpet of Lux Golden Rose Awards, which was hosted by superstar Shah Rukh Khan and filmmaker Karan Johar.
While many actresses have endorsed the soap brand, Shah Rukh is among the only two men to have featured in its ad, the other one being actor Imran Khan.
Tamannaah said there's no one better than Shah Rukh to host the event.
"All woman love him. He is a star beyond time, beyond everything. So I think who better than him?" she said.