Rashmika Mandanna discusses her childhood troubles and admits to crying for hours alone.
Rashmika Mandanna is making a name for herself in both the South and Bollywood. After Pushpa, in which she played the popular character Srivalli, her fan base grew across the country. Following the success of Pushpa: The Rise, the actress has already appeared in two Bollywood films. While promoting her current film, Mission Majnu, the actress discussed her early tragedy.
Although she has always received trolls, the Kirik Party actress does not react to them. Mandanna constantly has a smile on her face and claims to have learnt to live joyfully at an early age. She went on to say that she had numerous troubles as a youngster when she stayed away from home in a hostel.
Many people have had troubles at an early age or had a disturbed upbringing. Rashmika Mandanna is one of them, yet she triumphed and fought her challenge. The 26-year-old actress admitted to having communication challenges that led to misunderstandings. She couldn’t get along with other kids her age because of her weak communication skills. People misinterpreted her, so she secluded herself in a room and sobbed for hours.
But she was not alone; her mother was at her side, calming her down. She admitted that she used to confide in her mother about all of her troubles. Her mother, she added, was always there to help her grasp her concerns. Mandanna considers her mother to be her greatest strength since she was always there for her.
Rashmika Mandanna has had two films released this year. One is a Tamil film called Varisu, and the other is a Bollywood film called Mission Majnu, both of which are now the talk of the town. Varisu has surpassed the 100 crore mark at the box office, while Mission Majnu has got positive reviews. She appeared in the Tamil action drama starring Thalapathy Vijay and in a Netflix feature with Siddharth Malhotra.
She has a Pushpa sequel named Pushpa 2: The Rule in the works, which she will co-star in with Allu Arjun. She has one more Bollywood film in the works, which will star Ranbir Kapoor. In Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s Animal, the two are paired opposite one other.
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