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Rashmika Mandanna thought it was a prank on being told she’ll work with Amitabh Bachchan

Rashmika Mandanna thought it was a prank on being told she’ll work with Amitabh Bachchan
Image Source : IG/ RASHMIKA MANDANNA, AMITABH BACHCHAN

Rashmika Mandanna thought it was a prank on being told she’ll work with Amitabh Bachchan

Telugu star Rashmika Mandanna not too long ago courted pan-India limelight starring in Badshah and Yuvan Shankar Raja’s new music video “Top Tucker”, and is all set for her Bollywood debut. Rashmika has a working birthday on Monday, going through the digicam for the Amitabh Bachchan-starrer “Goodbye”, which she has signed even earlier than her debut Hindi movie “Mission Majnu” launched.

Rashmika, who is thought for roles in hit Telugu movies resembling “Geetha Govindam” and “Dear Comrade” amongst others is amused that followers down South have coined the time period “National Crush” to explain her. She prefers to underplay the adulation.

“I am aware of it but at the same time I am not. I know that there is so much love for me out there but I am not swayed by it. I know where my roots are and I know what all this is. I am mindful of who I am a person, so it is not that I am like ‘Oh my God!, I get to be swayed away by all love, appreciation’. I am totally grounded and my team hates me for it, but that is the kind of person I am,” shares Rashmika, who shares display area with Sidharth Malhotra in her debut movie “Mission Majnu”. The movie is presently on flooring and the actress will wrap her shoot within the coming week.

Her subsequent movie after “Mission Majnu” is the Big B-starrer “Goodbye”. Rashmika shares an fascinating anecdote in regards to the movie.

“Initially when I read the script, it was just about the script because nobody told me anything about who was going to be cast beside me! I liked the script and later I was told that, Bachchan sir would be in the film and I was like, ‘wait, come again. what?!’ It sounded too good to be true and I thought someone was playing a prank,” she recollects.

“Until the announcement was done, I was like, ‘ok, is this happening? what is happening, please someone tell me’. Then the announcement happened and I was like ‘ok, this is happening’,” Rashmika provides and giggles occupied with her response.

The actress made her appearing debut with the 2016 Kannada movie “Kirik Party” adopted by the Telugu debut “Chalo”. She not too long ago entered the Tamil trade with “Sulthan”. Rashmika believes she is a pan-India face as a result of the language was by no means an impediment in her thoughts.

“I always believed in breaking barriers. I was never okay with films having language or any other barriers. I think a year down from debuting in Kannada, I was already working in Telugu industry, and two years down in Telugu industry. My first Tamil film has released a year after that, I have Hindi releases now. For me, I never liked the idea of being in one industry. If an actor’s film releases only in a particular language then they are only Kannada or Tamil actors. I never liked boundaries and people know it because from day one I have been saying the same thing. I call myself a pan-face, because I think that as a person, I can build around anything and do any work in any industry or language and I can do a damn good job,” she claims.



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