Rashmika Mandanna speaks out about receiving “abuse” for not watching Kantara, saying, “I’m being made fun of online.”
Rashmika Mandanna is tired of constantly being the target of abuse and vitriol online for no reason of her own. She’s posted a lengthy comment about it on Instagram.
She starts off by saying that she should have dealt with the unfavourable news and trolls years ago. It’s time for me to confront a few issues that have been bothering me for the past several days, weeks, months, or perhaps even years. I’m simply speaking for myself, which is something I ought to have done a long time ago.I’ve encountered a lot of hate since I started working. a punching bag for many haters and hostility, quite literally,” she added.
“I realise that the life I’ve chosen has a price, and I certainly don’t hope to win everyone over. I also know that I’m not everyone’s cup of tea. That doesn’t mean that just because you don’t like me, you can say bad things about me. The amount of work I put in each day to make you all happy is only known to me. The happiness you experience as a result of my efforts is what matters most to me. I’m truly doing my best to produce materials that make both you and I proud, she continued.
Rashmika expressed her heartbreak at what others are saying and writing about her. “Being mocked and humiliated online, especially for things I have not spoken, is heartbreaking and, to be honest, pretty demoralising. A few of the things I’ve said in interviews have turned out to be used against me. False stories are being circulated online, and they might seriously hurt my relationships with people in or outside of the industry, she stated.
“I value constructive criticism since it will only push me to improve and deliver better work. But why the abhorrent negativity and hatred? I’ve heard for a very long time to disregard it. But things have only been worse. Addressing it is how I’mnot attempting to convert anyone.She said, “I don’t want to feel like I have to change who I am in order to not feel disliked.
Rashmika acknowledged that she also values the affection she receives. “Having stated that, I want to acknowledge and express my gratitude for the generosity shown to me by the rest of you. Your everlasting love and support have given me the strength to carry on and the courage to say this. All of those around me, including the employees I’ve already had the pleasure of getting to know, are just people I love. For you, I’ll keep putting forth my best effort.Since making you happy makes me happy, as I said earlier.Be kind to everyone. We’re all doing our best, she said in her post.
The response appears to be in response to the harassment she received for a recent remark she made regarding Kannada song Kantara. Recently, she was seen at an airport, when she was questioned by the press about seeing the movie. A barrage of remarks accusing her of disrespecting her seniors and “forgetting her roots” followed her response that she hadn’t so far. Kantara director-ator Rishab Shetty directed her maiden film, Kirik Party.
Many celebrities and fans supported her in the comments part of her article. “Those who are loving are the ones who aspire to be like you. Hatred comes from people who can never.You just be you! You are fantastic, Dulquer Salmaan wrote in a comment.