Popularly referred to as as National Crush Rashmika Mandanna is usually in headlines for varied causes. The actress, who was seen in Allu Arjun’s Pushpa has been in controversies since a few months now.
The feedback she made on Rakshit Sherry’s manufacturing home and blockbuster movie Kantara had been understood and conveyed in a flawed method. This led to an uproar on social media and there was even a chat on social media that Kannada manufacturing and distribution troops have determined to ban Rashmika and her movies in Karnataka.
Yesterday, the actress spoke to media and clarified the confusion and the controversy. Rashmika Mandanna stated, “What happens inside remains inside only. I really can’t go around and tell people what is happening in my inbox. I don’t think have been banned. People started overreacting. When they asked me about Kantara, it was just two days since release. It is upto people on how they understand my words. I can’t keep explaining it to everyone. And I am ready to work in Kannada cinema if I get offers. Till now, I have been busy with other languages.”
Rashmika Mandanna has even made it clear they she’s going to all the time respect Kannada cinema as a result of that’s the place she’s come from . She stated she congratulated the solid of Kantara and so they have replied positively to her. “I leave to people on how they want to understand and react. I can’t keep proving my point by showing what’s happening inside,” she added.
Rashmika Mandanna has been fairly busy working in Hindi, Telugu and Tamil movies concurrently. She is awaiting the release of her bilingual movie Varisu which stars Tamil hero Vijay Thalapathy in lead function and directed by Vamsi Paidipally. Titled Vaarasudu in Telugu, the movie is all set to hit the screens on Sankranti 2023.